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    5habbaranks
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    Hi guys,

    Im a little confused and could do with some clarification please. I understand the difference between [URL]http://website[/URL] and http:\http://www.website where by the second is a subdomain of the first.

    I have a webserver on the internal network, to access the page I go to http:\servername – great that works fine. But if I go to http:\http://www.servername that doesn’t work – ok no problem, but Im trying to create a link from another site to this which only accepts http:\http://www.servername as links.

    Can anyone tell me where Im going wrong please and how to set this up? If Im not clear or you need more info please say so.

    Thank you

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