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How do I set up a IIS site to allow page browsing by Android?

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I am able to view web pages created with ASP.NET in my Android in a hosted site on the cloud. However, I cannot see the same site if I copy it to my Intranet's IIS for local access

I am able to view web pages created with ASP.NET in my Android in a hosted site on the cloud. However, I cannot see the same site if I copy it to my Intranet's IIS for local access

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Can you browse the IIS site using Firefox? Can you browse it in Firefox mobile with Phony installed and set to Desktop Firefox?

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/mobile/addon/phony/

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Hi. The problem is that I was writting the full URL in the browser for my local server like this: http://HP4100/Page.htm. The browser resolved it to http://www.hp4100.com/Page.htm and of course it could never find the page. Then I keyed it like this: http://192.168.1.101/Page.htm and it worked just fine. The question now is, how can I instruct the browser to not add the "www" and the ".com" to the server name automatically?

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On my home network I can browse to my internal http server using its internal dns entry (typing my-server loads http://my-server/index.html). Not sure what is wrong in your case.