Last post Mar 01, 2006 07:29 PM by BugInfested
Sep 29, 2005 10:26 PM|CHOOCHOO|LINK
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Dec 02, 2005 06:41 PM|rmerritt|LINK
I have a strange issues with the Alias. I have a Web site that won't display outside of the firewall unless I turn off Friendly URL's and add the local IP address as an alias.
Needless to say sometimes third party modules (NT Forums) have the local IP address in the URL path of the images and of course that creates broken images on my site outside of the firewall.
Jan 09, 2006 03:34 PM|jedle|LINK
You seem quite like an expert :-). I was wondering if you could give me hint on my "alias" problem
I know that this issue was discussed here many times. Unfortunately I wasn't able to find solution for my kind of problem.
I have launched DNN 3.1.1 site. Everything works fine on localhost (i.e.:
http://localhost/DNN). Even productions server looks fine when I access throught internal IP address (i.e.:
The problem is when I try to access the site from internet. I am getting redirected to localhost or first suitable record in aliases table instead of getting homepage of my site on http://dnn.domain.com.
Yes I do have alias dnn.domain.com. Also IIS is configured correctly (I get static HTML pages - i.e.:
Jan 09, 2006 03:42 PMemail@example.com|LINK
This looks like it should work. Does your router do a translation to a different port internally (you mention port 8009)? Check the IIS logfiles and see what IIS is actually seeing as the requested URL. Maybe the translation is mucking this up.
Jan 09, 2006 03:58 PM|jedle|LINK
I think that translation works fine. Static page (test.html) is displayed correctly no matter if you type http://dnn.domain.com/Test.html or http://192.168.234.30:8009/Test.html
I haven't checked ISS logfiles yet. I am going to do it.
Jan 10, 2006 01:51 PM|jedle|LINK
Jeff, you were right. The problem was on the firewall. Finally we managed to find correct configuration. Website is now accessible from internet.
Unfortunately the SolpartMenu links the pages through internal IP adress
http://192.168.254.60:8009/Products/tabid/53/Default.aspx instead of
Other links on pages work just fine. Why is the SolpartMenu uses absolute links. And where does it take the IP address 192.168.254.60:8009 from? There is no 192.168.254.60:8009 in aliases anymore.
Jan 18, 2006 06:17 PM|jedle|LINK
After few hours of experimenting SolpartMenu links were resolved. I am not sure but I think that switching off friendly URL helped to solve the problem.
Mar 01, 2006 12:27 PM|BugInfested|LINK
Were you able to get the solution to your problem? I'm having the same problem.
Here's my post at:
I've installed DNN 4.0.2 on my localhost, but created the SQL Server database on the remote server.
Everthing worked good.
I copied all of my DNN files using Visual Studio 2005's "copy website" to the remote server (because when I try to build/compile, it failed due to HTML and other errors).
I added "mydomain.com" as a Portal Alias.
However, when I try mydomain.com on the browser, I'm redirected to localhost.
Does anybody know why this is happening?
I've also used SQL Server Management Studio to reverse the order of the aliases.
(put "mydomain.com" into PortalAliasID 1's record and put "localhost" into PortalAliasID 4's record).
When I try to access mydomain.com on the browser, it hangs.
There is no response from the remote server.
When I delete the alias and only have "mydomain.com" in PortalAliasID 1 (PortalID 0), it still hangs on the browser when I try to access mydomain.com.
Does anybody know why this is happening?
Mar 01, 2006 05:31 PM|BugInfested|LINK
As I mentioned to workGeordie in my previous post, I'm having the same problem.
I've tried adding adding an alias. It doesn't work. It simply redirects me to localhost.
When I delete the alias and only have "mydomain.com" in the PortalAliasID 1 (PortalID 0) record of PortalAlias table, and when I try to access "mydomain.com" on the browser, the browser hangs but I can see on my router/modem that there
is non-stop traffic going on between my computer and the internet (my remote server hosting company I assume) until I click on the browser's stop button.
Do you have any suggestions. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Mar 01, 2006 07:29 PM|BugInfested|LINK
Jeff and workGeordie,
Please disregard my last two posts.
I created a new domain through my ISP (hoster)'s control panel when I deployed my DotNetNuke. I just found out from my ISP that the .Net application had to be re-added for this new domain. I did what my ISP told me to do and now it works fine.