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How to configure a co-existing website on Win2000 , IIS5 ?

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Hi , I have registered a new domain name for a website, lets call it www.123.com

The website content is being held in a directory in a Win2000 Server being connected to a leased line. The server already has another website running on it on IIS5, lets call it www.abc.com .

Besides creating another website in the Internet Services Manager and giving it another port number , how can i set it up to allow me to host the contents of www.123.com ? Is there a way for me to configure IIS to have a website running at port 80 without intefering with the other website www.abc.com ?

I am a newbie into win2000 and configuring webservers for that matter, so detailed help will be much appreciated.

Thank you.
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-This will help.
http://www.iisfaq.com/Articles/129/
-Dont worry that the guy happens to have the same second level domain name in the example. Using www.abc.com & www.123.com is not a problem.
-The explaination is very good.
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