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Old August 15th, 2006, 04:08 AM
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Good day

When you hit:

http://www.framegroup.com.au
No worries

When you hit:
http://framegroup.com.au
403 forbidden error

when you hit:
www.framegroup.com.au
403 forbidden error

Any ideas??

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Old August 15th, 2006, 12:56 PM
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I am only getting an error on the second URL, but what i *think* is wrong is that your DNS for http://framegroup.com.au needs to map to the directory of http://www.framegroup.com.au

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Old August 15th, 2006, 01:37 PM
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Or you need to add an additional host header in the webserver for framegroup.com.au? Maybe right now it tries to show you the default web site instead?

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Thanking you. Add a host header, havnt done this before, nor worked with DNS much. Will try these suggestions, thanking you....

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Old August 15th, 2006, 07:25 PM
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I have carried out the steps illustrated here (Setting host headers in IIS 6.0):
http://www.visualwin.com/host-header/

We still get the same error
Does it needs to be modified on the server where our DNS is hosted?

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Old August 16th, 2006, 01:46 AM
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All three seem to be working now, right?

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Have just re tested, the only one that still fails is:
http://framegroup.com.au/

I am inside our network. Not sure if hitting the pages externally makes a differece? (My networking skills are minimal)

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This one works fine for me...

Maybe the internal DNS is changing things for you?

What do you get when you ping both domain names in a command prompt? Do you get the same results?

Imar (not a networking guy either)

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Morning - I tested extenally last night, all three now work. Thanking dparsons and Imar for thier assistance.

http://www.framegroup.com.au - works internal, works externaly

http://framegroup.com.au - does not work internal (403 error), works externaly
ping = could not find host

www.framegroup.com.au - works internal, works external
ping = gets reply

Im asuming this is outside the control of administratice accessto the web server? The person who has access to the DNS server needs to fix this?

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Mat,
  Like Imar I am not a networking guy (I know enough to get buy and thats about it) but yes I believe your Network Admin will have to adjust the DNS so that the URL in question will resolve correctly for everyone on the internal network.

Hth and glad you got it working to everyone on the outside.

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