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Hi,

I made a ASP .Net 2.0 Mobile page like the examples in Chapter 25.

When I view the page in IE/FireFox/Windows Mobile 5.0 or the OpenWave Emulator the page works fine.

But when I test it in the Nokia Mobile Browser (4.0) I get the following error:

Cannot load http://www.domain.local/mobile.aspx (http error 503 service not available)

The mobile.aspx file is located on an internal development domain which explains the .local extension. Could this be the problem?

Am I missing out something here?

The Nokia Wap Gateway Simulator is running and other wap urls work fine

Kind regards and thanks in advance



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