Welcome to the DNN Community Forums, your preferred source of online community support for all things related to DNN.
In order to participate you must be a registered DNNizen

HomeHomeGetting StartedGetting StartedInstalling DNN ...Installing DNN ...localhost problemlocalhost problem
Previous
 
Next
New Post
8/22/2008 4:23 AM
 

Hi all

My machine's local IP address is 192.168.169.8. I have installed DotNetNuke successfully. When I am entering http://localhost/dnn/, it is showing the page.

But when I am entering IP address instead of localhost, i.e. http://192.168.169.8/dnn/default.aspx,  url is converted into http://localhost/dnn/ and the page is being displayed.  For my machine it is no problem. But when I am trying to check  from another machine (  located in LAN), entering the address http://192.168.169.8/dnn/default.aspx , no page is displayed.  As the address is being converted  to http://localhost/dnn/ , and there is no such page in that machine.   I am able to check all my asp.net pages from other machine. This problem  occurs only for DotNetNuke pages. How can I see my DotNetNuke site from another machine ?

Thank You.

 
New Post
8/22/2008 10:37 AM
 

You will need to add a second portal alias for the 192.168.169.8 IP.

Under Admin -> Site Settings when logged in as host you will see Portal Aliases.  Click "Add HTTP Alias"  Then put in

192.168.169.8/dnn

You will then be set to go!


-Mitchel Sellers
Microsoft C# MVP, MCITP
CEO/Director of Development - IowaComputerGurus Inc.
LinkedIn Profile

Visit mitchelsellers.com for my mostly DNN Blog and support forum.

Visit IowaComputerGurus.com for free DNN Modules, DNN Performance Tips, DNN Consulting Quotes, and DNN Technical Support Services
 
New Post
8/23/2008 2:25 AM
 

Hi Mitch

Thanks for your reply. But actually I have forgotten to write that I have done the same what you have told. In my Portal Aliases module, I have two HTTP Alias i)localhost/dnn  ii)192.168.169.8/dnn/default.aspx.  First one is default and I have added the second one. I can delete the second one but cannot the first one.  If I could delete the first one, then I think I could access the page from other machine.  Now when I am  trying to access the page entering the second adderss  from other machine, it is being converted into the first address.  This type of conversion never occurs for general asp.net pages.  Please help.

 
New Post
8/23/2008 2:29 AM
 

If you have your second portal alias with DEFAULT.ASPX on the end, remove that part of it.

You can't delete the alias you are currently accessing the website from, that's why you can't delete localhost/dnn from the list.

C


Chris Hammond
Former DNN Corp Employee, MVP, Core Team Member, Trustee
Christoc.com Software Solutions DotNetNuke Module Development, Upgrades and consulting.
dnnCHAT.com a chat room for DotNetNuke discussions
 
New Post
8/25/2008 1:31 AM
 


Thanks a lot. It is now working.

 
Previous
 
Next
HomeHomeGetting StartedGetting StartedInstalling DNN ...Installing DNN ...localhost problemlocalhost problem


These Forums are dedicated to discussion of DNN Platform and Evoq Solutions.

For the benefit of the community and to protect the integrity of the ecosystem, please observe the following posting guidelines:

  1. No Advertising. This includes promotion of commercial and non-commercial products or services which are not directly related to DNN.
  2. No vendor trolling / poaching. If someone posts about a vendor issue, allow the vendor or other customers to respond. Any post that looks like trolling / poaching will be removed.
  3. Discussion or promotion of DNN Platform product releases under a different brand name are strictly prohibited.
  4. No Flaming or Trolling.
  5. No Profanity, Racism, or Prejudice.
  6. Site Moderators have the final word on approving / removing a thread or post or comment.
  7. English language posting only, please.

Content Layout

Subscribe to DNN Digest

DNN Digest is our monthly email newsletter. It highlights news and content from around the DNN ecosystem, such as new modules and themes, messages from leadership, blog posts and notable tweets. Keep your finger on the pulse of the ecosystem by subscribing.  


Copyright 2017 by DNN Corp Terms of Use Privacy
What is Liquid Content?
Find Out
What is Liquid Content?
Find Out
What is Liquid Content?
Find Out