I had a problem when I created a website in IIS.
I host two more sites on this IIS on port 80 so I added a new and uniqe host header name to my new site. It was simple: teszt
After the creation I was not able to see the content that was upload into the proper folder.
I checked it in the browser but there was the same again. I assumed that DNS must caused the problem. I registered the name: teszt with the IP address of the provider server (172.16.10.5).
In the command promt I entered the following command ipconfig /flushdns and the nslookup teszt to be sure that the dns can resolve the name.
It was successful but the page did not work.
Suddenly I thought I tag the DNS suffix onto the name: teszt
Such like this: http://teszt.contoso.ads
And because it worked I assumed that the operating system does not do it automatically thus I checked it out under the TCP/IP Settings and I faced the problem.
I cheked it again with: ipconfig
I entered the right DNS suffix which was the contoso.ads and now I can use the http://teszt form to reach my content on that computer.
I cheked it again with ipconfig
and I stated that everything is all right.