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Is there a default IP address I can use other than localhost?

Hello, I have just been given a project to finish up and I have set everything I need on my laptop. It is a PHP project and my server is IIs and is running perfectly. However, the person who started this project must have done something because when I use the http://localhost/project_directory_goes_here I get a session timed out message once I try to access the different features of the web site. However if I had used the IP address like this for example: http://111.111.111.11/project_directory_goes_here then everything works.

The problem here is I am not connected to the internet with my laptop. If I try ipconfig on the command prompt while not connected I don't get an IP address. Does anyone know how to go around this? I am not able to access the person who worked on this project at this time.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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  • JonathanJonathan Member Posts: 2,914
    : Hello, I have just been given a project to finish up and I have set everything I need on my laptop. It is a PHP project and my server is IIs and is running perfectly. However, the person who started this project must have done something because when I use the http://localhost/project_directory_goes_here I get a session timed out message once I try to access the different features of the web site. However if I had used the IP address like this for example: http://111.111.111.11/project_directory_goes_here then everything works.
    :
    : The problem here is I am not connected to the internet with my laptop. If I try ipconfig on the command prompt while not connected I don't get an IP address. Does anyone know how to go around this? I am not able to access the person who worked on this project at this time.
    :
    127.0.0.1 is the usual loopback address; have you tried that?

    Jonathan

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  • PhalaenopsisPhalaenopsis Member Posts: 20
    Hey thanks for all your past help...I have never thanked you. I appreciate it.
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