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Old November 29th, 2006, 08:56 PM
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quote:When I hit my domain from the server I get the public 66.210.xxx.xxx address that my domain name maps too.
That means you can probably use the public IP from the webserver, and you have DNS working inside that network.

I'd try to hit that RSS page from Response.Redirect in the codebehind. If you can get it that way, then the server sees it.

Are you also seeing this exact error: "The remote name could not be resolved"?

 
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Enlere,

I never got an error message. Only extremely slow page loads and no rss and only on the default page.

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Hi ewelling
Could you please tell me how to correct the RSS problem?
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