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Windows Server 2003 -- can't see site it is hosting


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bswanboat

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I can see the website from another network but not from the one it is doing the hosting.
From computer A with an ip address of 75.105.160, I can connect to 12.147.122.14:8085.
From computer B with an ip address of 12.147.122.14, I cannot connect to 12.147.122.14:8085.
The message is taking too long to respond.
The net diag> connect iphost 12.147.122.14 8085 responds with [none].
It makes no difference if the firewall is on or off.

This did work on a Linksys router. The router I am now using is a Ruckus VF2825. The CEO of
the broadband wireless confirms the router is set up properly and is working properly. (He recommended replacing the
Linksys with the Ruckus).

Do you have any suggestions?
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A lot of routers don't let you go out and come back in again to perform as they should. They're intelligent enough to know its one of the internal computers calling. Therefore while you're on that router you'll only get the site seen from any other computer.
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Neil, Thanks for the reply and information. Now it makes sense.

Bill
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