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Can you see a plain html file on your host computer over the Internet?
That would tell you if the problem is a global problem of your unusual
configuration or a CF problem.
If you can see the HTML, you should be able to see a CFML file if all
the web connectors are properly configured. The webconfig tool would
usually handle this.
Thanks for the reply Ian, I just tried this and the same error shows up so does that point to IIS or CF problems? Neither the .cfm or .htm shows up over the web on another computer.
Very unlikely its a CF problem, ColdFusion has nothing to do with .htm
Possibly an IIS problem.
But I would suspect most likely is that your computer isn't being
reached by the request. Can you confirm that when you ask for resources
on your computer the request is getting there?
How are you requesting information from your computer?
I was worried about that also. I am using a domain forward from Yahoo and that seems to work locally fine. I also pinged the DNS and Yahoo responds fine. But when I ping my IP on my local box it does not go through. Could it be something with the DSL line or my ISP being MSN? I am about to just move it all over to CrystalTech and forget the local problems.
Thanks again for helping.
The site is www.springsautoads.com if you want to try to access it.
I finally got a HTML page about South African Airways, but there where a
heck of a lot of redirects before I did. That could be the problem. I
suspect this is an issue with the way Yahoo is doing the redirection.
If you where to use the direct IP address of your box, not a DNS, does
that work better?
Hi Iam, I have tried this also and it does not work, I am getting an HTTP 500 error now which is an internal server error.
Not sure where ot go from here