It's not that case.
i read the documentations, and in my case, i would need to purchase additional virutal host.
host 1: hq.mycustomersdomain.com
host 2: pcserver (for local intranet access) as my client's internal workstation cannot access the public IP from inside the network.. darn comcast.
I left a message to sales and i sent an email to sales but i didn't get a reply yet.
can someone frm sales contact me so i can purchase the additioanl server asap please?
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 10/29/2009 05:27:50 PM:
First I want to make sure that I understand what you mean by "internally". Are you saying that when you are connected to the server via Remote Desktop, you can't resolve hq.customerdomain.com from a local browser? If yes, you could add this domain to the hosts file in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc. Alternatively, you could use "localhost" as your server name. FoxWeb does not require that you add localhost in the Virtual Servers page, so you don't need an additional license for it.
|FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Ali Koumaiha on 10/29/2009 11:23:00 AM:
I recently purchased a copy of FoxWeb and i just installed it for a client.
everything is working great on win2k3.. 1 Server License for them. works perfect so far.
i created a sub-domain (they hosted with Godaddy), hq.customerdomain.com and made it point to the foxweb internally (opened port 80).
in foxweb control center, under virtual servers:
Server name: hq.customerdomain.com
IP-address: the IP address
Program Root: [default]
They use Comcast high speed internet, and i can access the domain from anywhere outside, with the ip and the server name, no problem.
when, internally, on the same network.. they cannot resolve it.
if i change the server name to [TheServerName], it works as in IntraNet, but, external, they can't use it obviously.
What the best solution?
Purchase additional server? or something with the routing?