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cannot access website from internal network

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hello,

 

I think I'm doing something wrong but I cannot access my website from my internal network.

External it is ok.

 

if I go to http://NASPC or http://192.168.1.*** I only can login to DSM.

I have a website running but I want to change things on it when I'm home.

 

pls help me out

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You could try adding the port at the end of the ip address https://192.168.x.x:80 or whatever port number you have set-up you could also try using the folder if it's in a location below public root https://192.168.x.x/NASPC/ or https://192.168.x.x:80/NASPC other than that you need to check your DNS settings etc. and work out why it's not redirecting as expected. You could write a directive in the .htaccess file in the public root if you're not sure how to do that you can use this guide Ask Apache .htaccess. If you have wireshark set-up you could watch the packets and see if you can get some clues from that.

 

What happens when you click on the Web Station link in the Main Menu of the DSM?

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I have the same problem:

after yesterday's upgrade to 5.1, I now can not login to the Web environment via Samba's functioning normally

 

message DSM:

 

after entering the password to DSM's inscription:

you are not allowed to login to this station. Ask the administrator on the authorization

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That sounds like your permissions have been messed up. First thing to do is check the file permissions and go through all the other elements for setting up the web station to make sure everything is as it should be.

 

I haven't had permissions issues as a result of this update or at least I haven't noticed any at this point. My web server is working as expected although it's not open to the world, it's only on the local lan. Everything still routes and redirects correctly on my systems locally. My machines were migrated using the first release with the time bomb, and rolled back to 5.0 and then migrated again using the new XPEnoboot 5.1...if you have used a different upgrade path ymmv.

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Thanks for the information

 

it is clear to me that the problem is in the right. Yesterday evening everything worked well and when I rebooted it today so it stopped working .It is strange that SMB approach works perfectly fine via web interface to Neve No account has been created.

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