Last post Jun 15, 2006 09:10 PM by JesseChisholm
Jan 10, 2006 05:24 PM|matt1234|LINK
Is is possible to make Cassini 2.0 serve up pages to remote hosts? i.e. make it work on something other than localhost (127.0.0.1)
Thanks in advance!
Jan 10, 2006 11:04 PM|Blake05|LINK
Jan 18, 2006 01:33 PM|WilcoB|LINK
Jan 18, 2006 06:08 PM|matt1234|LINK
I wrote a custom front-end to Cassini 2.0 for use by some students at school. It is fully configurable and can save the settings in an xml file that is autoloaded if present. It is also great for sales guys who may not be tech savy enough to be able to configure
a web server while on the road :)
The only limitation I have come up with is the local host restriction. I remember that it was possible to do with the old version of cassini by modding a line of code that made it return a 403 error if the request came from a remote source. I haven't come
accross anything like this in the new source...
If anyone has any advice on how to change it or where to look let me know. If anyone is interested in the custom front-end I wrote drop me an email and I can send you the project.
Mar 02, 2006 06:06 AM|mks033|LINK
I am also going through this problem and want cassini 2.0 to also handle the remote requests. Let me know also if u find the solution to that problem.
One thing more is that if somebody can help me is i m doing udp communication across two machines behind the NAT and my application host the cassini as the webserver as well to handle the web request but the issue is sometimes the request fails and following
message come underlying connection is closed. There can be two issues one in udp communication and the other is of the Cassini. When i tested my application with the IIS it works fine so means issue is at the cassini End. Has somebody go through this problem
kindly help me ??
Thanks in advance
Mar 05, 2006 03:51 PM|UltiDev|LINK
Cassini web server from UltiDev is the answer - it can serve not only local, but also remote requests, and comes in two flavors - for ASP.NET 1.1 and ASP.NET 2.0. Other features include being a windows service,
hosting multiple applications, management UI and API, and redistributable merge module to include into your application setup project.
Jun 15, 2006 09:10 PM|JesseChisholm|LINK