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From Rong Li <...@concerto.com>
Subject Re: Urgent: JSP is not running on Internet!!!
Date Tue, 18 Jun 2002 20:55:40 GMT
Yes, it can get the normal(non-jsp) page. I don't know if the IIS is 
using two network interfaces,  I need to check that.

Thanks,
Rong

Turner, John wrote:

>This is an IIS configuration problem.  If it happens correctly with
>"ms1"
>than tomcat is working correctly.  What is happening is that IIS, when
>faced
>with a request to "xx.xx.xx.xx", doesn't know what to do with it, at
>least
>as far as JSP are concerned.
>
>Can you get normal (non-JSP) content from the webserver using
>"xx.xx.xx.xx"?
>Does this machine have two network interfaces?  It sounds like it does.
>Is
>IIS setup to listen on all interfaces?
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Rong Li [mailto:rli@concerto.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 4:41 PM
>To: Tomcat Users List
>Subject: Re: Urgent: JSP is not running on Internet!!!
>
>
>I don't think I am using virtual hosting feature, or am I? Anyway, here 
>is the more detailed info.
>
>They are the same server. "xx.xx.xx.xx" is the public IP of that server.
>
>The strange thing is that I can run the JSPs from any machine inside our
>
>intranet by typing http://ms1/Chat/ChatRequest.jsp. (ms1 is the machine 
>name). If I change the url to http://xx.xx.xx.xx/Chat/ChatRequest.jsp, I
>
>cannot execute the jsp page on any machine, not even on the local 
>machine ms1.
>The source will always be fetched and shown on web browser.
>
>Thanks,
>Rong
>
>Turner, John wrote:
>
>  
>
>>When you say "run jsps from intranet", do you mean the same server as
>>the
>>"xx.xx.xx.xx" in your example, or separate servers?
>>
>>It looks like your production server doesn't know that *.jsp is to be
>>redirected to tomcat and is serving it with the default MIME type of
>>text/html.
>>
>>If all of the servers in your example are the same machine, make sure
>>your
>>virtual hosting configuration for "xx.xx.xx.xx" has the correct mapping
>>for
>>*.jps.  If they are separate servers, it looks like your production
>>server
>>doesn't have a connector installed or configured correctly if it is
>>installed.
>>
>>John Turner
>>jturner@aas.com
>>http://www.aas.com
>>
>>    
>>
>
>  
>


-- 
Rong Li
Senior Software Engineer
Concerto Software
305-436-2384
rli@concerto.com



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