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  1. Susan
    Susan avatar
    7 posts
    21 Dec 2008
    12 Feb 2009
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    I am deploying a site from local dev to production.  The production site's router is set to port 80, so the IIS site was set to port 8080 resulting in "Internet Explorer Cannot Display the Webpage" remotely and locally (on the production server) -- yes, I put ":8080" in the url.  Setting the IIS config back to port 80 allows the site to come up locally (on the production server) but not remotely.  Any suggestions?  Thanks much.
  2. Georgi
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    3583 posts
    28 Oct 2016
    17 Feb 2009
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    Hi Susan,

    I am not really sure what the problem is. Can you try with some external tool, if the ports you want to connect to remotely are at least open? Then you can check if there is a web server there. I think something is wrong with the router's configuration. IIS should serve the ASP.NET application if everything is mapped correctly. Sitefinity does not have any restrictions for the ports on which it can work.

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