I have a website in development running under IIS 7.5 on a Windows 7 machine. From my PC, I can browse to the site via:
I want to browse the site from my iPad to test some functionality on the actual device, but when I browse to any of the ones (mymachinename or myipaddress) as listed above, Safari pops up a message:
Safari could not open the page because the server stopped responding
The iPad is connected to my WiFi network and I can browse regular publicly hosted sites just fine. I can ping my iPad's IP address (obtained via DHCP) just fine and, using an app, I can ping my PC OK from my iPad.
Could there be firewall issues causing this? Is there any tool I can use to monitor incoming HTTP requests - a Fiddler for incoming request or something to that effect. What, if any, firewall rule could I add to allow this?