Check the event logs to see if any additional information was logged. Faq Reply With Quote November 14th, 2013,02:47 PM #10 No Profile Picture MColeman80 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) Join Date I really need to search the Web but since this is impossible to do, I suppose I will go back to faxing in my material and sell every computer I own. Thanks, Mike Reply Anonymous November 8, 2007 at 9:59 am hi every one i have some problems installing IIS7 extensions (asp, asp.net, ISAPI and the rest of applications) it give me navigate here
Finally, one of the main strengths of Failed Request Tracing is that you do not have to be the client to receive the error information. As an administrator, you can configure This tag is present within the driver file and on Windows 2003 systems, pool tagging is enabled by default. It always stays in memory for delivering high performance. I just did a packet capture and i'm getting requests on port 80 (from the server, from an external request) and ack packets back to the request - but no IIS
I turned off the firewall, but the correct ports are open and it made no difference, so I turned it back on. do you see 'world wide web publishing services' ? Approved: 2/20/2012 not at all useful Approved: 10/10/2011 Created on 7/8/2004. Faq Reply With Quote November 14th, 2013,01:51 PM #8 No Profile Picture MColeman80 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) Join Date
Deeper diagnostics with Failed Request Tracing (formerly known as FREB) If the error alone is not sufficient to diagnose the condition, or more information is needed to determine what lead up Tag Type Allocs Frees Diff Bytes Per Alloc Thre Nonp 1431458 ( 7) 1322591( 4) 10886767933008 (1872 )624MmSt Paged 2101067 ( 11) 2098428 ( 11) 2639 5060040 The most common reasons we have seen are as follows: A firewall or router is blocking access on your network on port 443. Iis Https Page Cannot Be Displayed but my system display error that map handler is not there what to do Reply Anonymous July 17, 2011 at 6:12 pm I've configured IIS 7.0 with ISAPI and Tomcat 6.
My router is configured to port forward port 80, with the correct IP. This Page Cannot Be Displayed Iis 8 Browse Search Ask a Question! Excellent article, it helped me solve the problem in a flash. If I were to guess, you are missing the MIME Type entry for .css which results in the static file handler rejecting the request with 404.3.
I have 2 duplicate site that are hosted on 2 different servers, one is on a paid host and the other is on my windows 2008 server. Iis Not Serving Pages So on with the problem… So when users begin to see Page cannot be displayed errors, one of the first things you want to do to try & diagnose the problem Any ideas: [emailprotected] Reply Mike Volodarsky July 29, 2007 at 5:46 pm Robert, Your best bet is to set up a Failed Request Tracing log with failure definition being a timeout So let's see what all can be done to track down the problem.
Reply preishuber 38 Posts Re: Cannot display default web page Dec 15, 2006 02:16 PM|preishuber|LINK you can also try telnet localhost 80 type multiple [return] if there is no connect, no I turned on tracing but that didn't seem to give any useful information. Iis Page Cannot Be Displayed Localhost When your site stops working, the first thing you need to do is determine what the error actually is before we can move any further. IIS7 has much better error messages Iis7 Page Cannot Be Displayed If you are on an intranet, then trying to hit a share on the web server is a good test to see if the network packets are making it to the
Our HTTP.sys driver tag starts with "UL", also known as Universal Listener. http://urldt.com/page-cannot/iis-new-website-the-page-cannot-be-found.html We talked Reply Anonymous July 31, 2007 at 10:07 pm Yesterday, I chatted with John Weston for TechNet Radio, which targets IT Pros as an audience. I will verify with a packet capture after I finish downloading wireshark. Thanks, Mike Reply Anonymous August 28, 2007 at 11:04 am I have been trying to run ASP & ASP.NET websites, but I keep getting the following error: *******Start****************** HTTP Error 500.0 Iis 8.5 Page Cannot Be Displayed
So everything points to the right places. What do you think the problem that I got this error and how can I resolve the issue? Further troubleshooting this problem: Start by taking a snap shot of the Paged and Non Paged memory. http://urldt.com/page-cannot/iis-default-website-page-cannot-be-displayed.html Thank you!
otherwise you should make sure the default web page is in your root directory for the web site. Localhost Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage OR actually, would you concur that DNS is my problem............. Any suggestions for troubleshooting this one?
Register Lost Password? Thanks, Mike Reply Anonymous July 31, 2007 at 9:41 pm Yesterday, I chatted with John Weston for TechNet Radio, which targets IT Pros as an audience. Verify the permissions for the DLL. Asp.net Page Cannot Be Displayed also you should remember to the domain users group needed to have read permission to the web site folder try that drzounds IIS7 default document cant't display page ‹
On IIS7, the same ISAPI filter only works at site level. The web site is not the IIS Default Website and has not been bound to an IP address for https requests. (IIS defaults this to "All Unassigned") For further reading on Page 1 of 1To Reply to this topic you need to LOGIN or REGISTER. http://urldt.com/page-cannot/iis-default-aspx-the-page-cannot-be-found.html created a individual bindings for www.mywebsite.com and mywebsite.com Tried putting the content in the wwwroot folder and in another folder on the server and pointing the default document to index.html (pointed
Reply Mike Volodarsky January 3, 2008 at 5:29 pm Qebafhzn, Dont forget to install IIS first. There should be an entry for your extension mapping it to the appropriate handler, or there should be a * mapping that will serve all other requests as static files. This happens on the "GetResponse()" method of webrequest Folowing is the code we are using: // The WebRequest oWebrequest = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(oUploadURL); oWebrequest.ContentType = "multipart/form-data; boundary=" + sBoundary; oWebrequest.Method = "PUT"; // Should I report it?
Reply Anonymous February 1, 2008 at 7:32 am Hello. Pls note if I specifically mention port number 8095 in the url with the alias name , it works fine.. It gets pounded by authentication requests. Post Information Total Posts in this topic: 14 postsUsers browsing this forum: No registered users and 36 guests You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics
However when I add anothe r IIS server to this NLB, the same OS. This would happen if you copied your COM object DLLs into the %windir%system32 directory. Under XP It connected to IIS quickly and my web application came up quickly. For more information about creating a tracing rule for failed requests, click here.