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comment Windows Server 2008 using wrong IP address in IIS7
I had made assumptions about how the co-location house had set up the router NAT (five years ago).
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Windows Server 2008 using wrong IP address in IIS7
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comment Windows Server 2008 using wrong IP address in IIS7
I did an nslookup on one of the website's URLs and the IP address returned was 192.168.xxx.120 but using Network Monitor showed that all the traffic was flowing to 192.168.xxx.118. As I'm not a networking expert, just a software developer doing a spot of IT, this has me a bit flummoxed.
Nov
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comment Windows Server 2008 using wrong IP address in IIS7
A typical line in the web log gives the following info: 2013-11-26 16:31:02 192.168.128.118 GET / - 80 - 192.168.128.118 Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+MSIE+9.0;+Windows+NT+6.0;+WOW64;+Trident/5.0) 200 0 0 468 I have already tried what you suggested - ie select the interface I want - but the site then fails to function. This is what is confusing me too. I was wondering whether I should try a different eg 192.168.yyy.0 instead.
Nov
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comment Windows Server 2008 using wrong IP address in IIS7
I meant Windows Server 2008 (therefore IIS7) and I have edited the question accordingly. The problem is that I want to the the 192.168.xxx.120 value not the 192.168.xxx.118 value because the DNS is pointing at the former.
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awarded  Editor
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revised Windows Server 2008 using wrong IP address in IIS7
I aplolgise because I initially wrote Windows Server 2003, but that was wrong, it's Windows Server 2008. I have both on my network.
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asked Windows Server 2008 using wrong IP address in IIS7
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awarded  Student
Aug
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comment Change the behaviour of WIndows 2003 DNS search
What's really strange is that some DNS entries configured this way are working just fine
Aug
10
comment Change the behaviour of WIndows 2003 DNS search
I did a go with changing the adapter settings earlier today but Windows 7 throws an error prompt 'The current setting of search method requires at least one DNS suffix' so I gave up with that. Also I've got some Apple Macs on the network, so I'm trying to keep the solution to group policy or the server side. I'm going to have to put back the 015 DNS Domain Name as one Mac user has already spotted that she can't get through to one of the IIS servers.
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asked Change the behaviour of WIndows 2003 DNS search