MVC :: AspNetDB Membership / Role Provider Not Working 'outside' Server?

Jul 6, 2010

I have deployed an MVC application that uses ASPNetDB for Membership and Role Provider.

now when i browse to the site on the actual server where it was deployed to i can use the login page to login on to the site and gain access to views that are restricted to users like myself by role.

However when i try and access the web application from any client computer who has access to sites on the server since the server is on the same domain - i experience the following strange behaviour:

when i navigate to my login page and enter my username and password (as stored in the aspnetdb database)

and click login

the page refreshes (looses my userid and name) and it does not go to the view i requested.

it also does not show in the top right links that i am logged on.

it is as though it spits out my username and password and refresh the page and that is that!

Why does it work on the server where the site is hosted - but not from external clients?

i can access all pages that do not require users to be logged on or haev a specific role - but cannot log on and view them since login is broken?

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