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IIS 7 Bindings always return default eb site

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Hello,

I used to have 2 diffent web sites running on IIS6 no problems, but since the update to IIS7 web site #2 always show web site 1. Even in the IIS Management consle, right-click browser of 2nd wibe site shows (Default Wb-Site)

Anything else to do besides (Edit Bindings)

Regards
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Question by:Enernet
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by:meverest
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make sure that both web sites have explicit ip address AND host headers settings.

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by:Enernet
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Both web site are (I assume) configured properly, both site have their host header set, ports and IP addresses. But when I try to open the 2nd one via www.site2.com, it automatically show www.site1.com

I attached the site view so you can see my configuration and maybe point out my mistake

Cheers,
Dave
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meverest earned 500 total points
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Hi,

when I try to access one of them, I get a 302 redirect to the default - is that what you mean?  In that case, check out the redirect properties on the second web site.

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by:Enernet
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you must be talking about the redirect on enernet.ca to /commerce...  but ithinkofu.ca has no redirect and should not return my own web site. Anything I`ve missed?

Thank you for your help.
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by:Enernet
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Thank you very much for takin the time to check it out.... you were right, there was a redirect that I've missed.

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