I have created a Windows SharePoint Services 3 site with 3 applications (Sites).
At the moment I can access them by typing http://servername:7171
I want to be able to access them using FQDN such as http://wss.company-a.com
In DNS i have set up "A" Records for each of the FQDn's pointing to there own IP addresses.
At the moment in IIS all the sites are set to (All Unassiigned). If I set each site it's own IP address i can not access the site.
If I browse to http://wss.company-a:7171
then I can access the site. I do not want to have to put port numbers on the end of my URl's though.
I believe that I have not got my Alternative Access Mappings correct but can not see what I have got wrong.
I have looked at various technet articles and bloggs to no avail.
Can someone please tell me what I need to put in the alternative access mappings in order for this to work.
At the moment if I click on edit Public Zone Urls for one of the sites I see the:
Default zone as http://servername:7171
Intranet zone is blank
Internet zone says http://wss.company-a.com
Custom zone is blank
Extranet zone says http://wss.company-a.com
As an added complication. Once I get this working as http://
access, I am going to need to get https://
working as this is going to be used externally from the company. I know that for https to work I really do need each IIS site on it's own IP address.
At the moment Host headers are not being used anywhere.
If anyone needs further clarification please don't hesitate to ask.