You could enter the ip address in the Licenses page of the FoxWeb Control Center (next to the www.whatever.com host name), which will allow you to access FoxWeb by host name (externally) and by ip address (internally).
Alternatively, you could create a DNS entry on your internal DNS server, pointing to 192.168.0.1, or simply add a hosts file entry on the computer(s) that need to access FoxWeb internally.
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Sent by Martin Martin on 06/30/2010 02:11:17 PM:
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 06/30/2010 01:52:44 PM:
I'm really confused about the system you are describing, so if it's crucial to the issue you are having, please provide additional details.
You are saying that your problem is caused by some sort licensing issue. Are you saying that you are running an expired evaluation version of FoxWeb? Or did you use the wrong word and actually meant "user permissions" instead of licensing?
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Sent by Martin Martin on 06/30/2010 12:02:53 PM:
We have a server accessible from the web for FoxWeb program.
The program itself return lot of XML data.
The request is based on timer and done alway from the same PC.
we access this link via /www.whaterver.com/
To save response time and internet trafic, we plug the server directly to the PC making that xml request cause this machine is right next to the server itself.
This become a DIRECT LAN connection, and the IIS page can be access by local IP (192.168.0.11) insthead of www.whaterver.com
In fact, this is the same server, but the access is at 1 Gb /sec.
The problem is FoxWeb do not allow execution of script due to Licencing right.
Is there a way to fix this? or a work around? cause in fact... I only have 1 server.
Thanks for your help.