Able to Resolve DNS but not able to access web page

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by Nilkanth Desai, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. Able to Resolve DNS but not able to access web page
    Hi,

    I am able to route a ping successfully to my web server's public ip.
    But I am not able to access a web page associated with host. I have also
    associate the hostname with respective website. But when I try to surf from
    different PC in browser I receive messege : Under Construction.
    You can check www.tisteam.net. I checked tracert also. It shows me my Public
    ip in the last peoperly.

    Where shpuld I locate my problem?

    Configuration:
    Windows Server 2003
    DC installed
    Host name: tisserver.tisteam.net


    Nilkanth Desai
     
    Nilkanth Desai, Jan 5, 2007
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  2. Nilkanth Desai

    myweb Guest

    Hello Nilkanth,

    The website is reachable from the internet. It's just not filled with data
    or your IIS configuration has to be checked.

    Best regards

    myweb
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    myweb, Jan 5, 2007
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  3. Thx,
    I try from IIS from where If I rightclick & select Browse it workd
    perfectly. But when I try from Browser It stops working. Messege Under
    Construction. I checked IIS also with all permissrion settings. If you can
    tell me exactly which area I should focus. I will be thankfiul to you.

    Nilkanth
     
    Nilkanth Desai, Jan 5, 2007
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  4. Check your default document list on the Documents tab.

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    Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. [MVP], Jan 5, 2007
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  5. Thanks Kevin,
    I check default document also. Issue is If I browser from IIS by
    rightclicking the website in IIS ir workd perfectly. When I browse from
    Browser it gives me this problem. So I am confused ehather this is an IIS
    problem or DNS problem? Will u tell me in which direction should check.

    Nilkanth Desai
     
    Nilkanth Desai, Jan 6, 2007
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  6. Sorry for the delay, you have changed something, because the last time I
    checked your URL it was bringing up the iisstart.htm under construction page
    and today, it doesn't even resolve. This domain is also not RFC compliant
    because the gTLD servers only list one NS record for the domain, and that
    DNS doesn't answer.

    If you are trying to host your own public DNS, you must be aware that you
    need two totally separate DNS servers for the public use. Also, if your
    websites and servers are behind a router on your network with private IPs,
    you'll need one additional DNS server to resolve your local networks private
    IPs.

    What is the address in the address bar when you choose "Browse" in the IIS
    Manager?



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    Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. [MVP], Jan 8, 2007
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