Lab 5.2 Testing IIS Connectivity

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Thaddeus Reese NT1230 Ms. Geter April 11, 2016 Lab 5.2 Testing IIS Connectivity 1. What is the result, and what does the result indicate? The welcome screen appears and the loopback IP address is connected 2. What is the result, and what does the result indicate? The welcome screen appears and the intranet web site is connected 3. What is the result? Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage 4. What is the result? Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage 5. List three possible reasons why you might be unable to connect to your computers web server using a browser on another computer. Firewall is blocking access Internet connection is down Web address may not be entered correctly
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6. Why is it necessary to clear the cache before you retest the web server connections?
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Unformatted text preview: Your computer will not default to prior entries and old data will not be sent to the web server 7. What is the result, and what does the result indicate? Internet Explorer connected to both sites. This indicates that the firewall is disabled and allowed access. 8. What other test could you perform to prove that it was your computer’s firewall that was blocking the connection and not the firewall on the computer you are using as a client? Try to access other web sites from the host computer 9. Why can you not simply leave Windows Firewall turned off when you deploy an actual web server? That would be unsafe and leave your computer at risk to a cyber-attack...
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