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ISA Server - redirect port 80 traffic based on host header

Posted on 2009-07-11
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Hey,
All of our internet traffic comes into our network via ISA on SBS 2003. I want to setup a couple of web servers and direct traffic to them based on the host header. eg domainA.com goes to web host 1 and domainB.com goes to webhost 2 on our internal network.

Can ISA do this?

Cheers
Mitch
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Keith Alabaster earned 300 total points
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Sure - rather than me type it all in, just read the MS guide for it.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305052

Keith
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be aware that some web visitors may use the IP address to access the web server directly. in case of this kind of requests, you better reserve the default site (without host headers) for showing the relevant re-direction messages.

hope it helps,
bbao
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