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Posted on 2006-06-28
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I have a situation where I want to redirect a website domain name to another website domain while retaining the original URL throughout the process in the address bar.


For Example:
my website is called cawebsite2real.com which resides on my W2K3 server running IIS 6
I have setup this website and told it to redirect to cawebsite2redirect.net (which resides on another server somewhere else).

When I launch a browser (this is fictitious) and type cawebsite2real.com I get redirected to cawebsite2redirect.net. That's good. But I want the address to continue to read cawebsite2real.com, which currently is not happening. I understand that the  process is called domain masking, however, I do not know what I need to do to fulfill my objective.


Any thought???


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