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5/13/2016 11:08 PM
 
I finish the website on local machine, working well.

Then upload to server.

On my server, website is forward by Apache, then redirect to IIS7. There are couple websites on it. all of them are working well beside this one created by DNN.

Assume it is abc.com,I assign its port 8090 on IIS/APACHE hppd.conf.

abc.com:8090 is working.

 

if I goto abc.com, the address bar shows abc.com:8090. and this alias is added to DNN automatically. Then I disable alias auto add in site setting. And delete the abc.com:8090 in Alias setting.

Then I open the website abc.com again, it gives error:

 

<html><head><title>{0}</title></head><body>404 Not Found<br>The requested Url does not return any valid content.<div style='font-weight:bolder'>Administrators</div><div>Change this message by configuring a specific 404 Error Page or Url for this website.</div></body></html>

 

If I enter the record "abc.com:8090" in database(portalias table), it works, but the address still forward to abc.com:8090.

How to remove this 8090 in address?it doesnt look like professional.

 
 
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