|OK I tried posting this problem in the win2003 forum but am not getting any repliies so I thought I might try here as well.|
I have SBS2003 setup as a web server with the default website provided by the installation. I have redirected port 80 on our router to my server IP.
Access to the default website from within the LAN works fine, and the links to the internal company website, Remote Web desktop work perfectly.
Now, from an outside connection (my home) when I type in my FQDN I acces the default homepage of the site. HOWEVER, when I try to hit any of the links on the page I get an error message that th page is unavailable or missing.
The only link that works points to a real directory within wwwroot, however the links that don't work point to virtual directories (located within inetpub but out of wwwroot)
The funny thing is, if it works from within the LAN, why won't it work from outside?
Can somebody help? I need to give my boss remote access before monday or I'm going to have to eat a lot of s**t!!!
Thanks for any helkp you can provide.