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i hope that somebody can help me .. i'm desperate.

I am working on a Windows Web Server (32bit) machine and i am running IIS 7 with 3.5.

The Problem: I cannot acces my website ( externally. If i try to access the website locally everthing works fine.

I have an other website, which is pretty accesiable from everwhere.

My applicationpool looks like this:
NET Framework 4.0
pipeline: integrated

My Website bindings looks like this:
IP: all unassigned
Port: 80

And i did changed the permisson for the "intepub/wwwroot/seewoog" folder as shown in many tutorials. I added read permission for the NETWORKSERVICE and for the APPPOOLIDENTITY

Finally my host file looks like this:

#          # source server
#              # x client host       localhost
::1             localhost

Thanks in advance for your help
Posted 28-Feb-13 6:22am
richcb 28-Feb-13 12:26pm
You will need to provide more information regarding the actual problem you are having. "I cannot access" is not enough detail for anyone to help. What errors, if any, are you getting?
akgüvercin 28-Feb-13 12:31pm
I Do not get an error. if i try to acces the site i get the default site of my provider. There is no (default)folder which includes this site. I think it generated.
richcb 28-Feb-13 12:36pm
Interesting, did you set up DNS for it?
akgüvercin 28-Feb-13 12:40pm
Of course. My provider is Strato and i bought the domain
Do i have to change any setting according to DynDNS ?
richcb 28-Feb-13 12:43pm
I don't have nay more suggestions. Hopefully someone will come along that can provide some guidance. Sorry I could not help.
akgüvercin 28-Feb-13 12:46pm
No Problem.Thanks for trying.
Mike Meinz 1-Mar-13 14:52pm
I accessed and received a result page that there is no content. It is at IP Address

* Is yours an Externally Hosted Web Site?
1. Did you upload your content to your provider's web server?
2. Why does your Hosts file contain
3. Shouldn't you be using DNS to find the IP Address for

* Is your web site running your personal computer?
1. If so, you have to ask your Domain Registrar to change the DNS entry for and to point to your IP Address not their web server

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