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IIS 7 multiple FTP web site

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Trying to configure two FTP web site.

1) Diverting share located on another computer - to upload the files.
2) FTP website use to broadcast multiple coldfusion program.

second web site has assigned IP addres when you click on edit site binding (works fine)

First web site - Share located on other computer doesn't have IP address when we click on edit site binding . it has * sign instead of IP address. When right click on first FTP web site > manage my web site > click browse  it gives me following error message

htttp:\localhost

HTTP error 500.19 internal server error

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I'm not sure what you mean by "ftp web sites.''  

There are web (http/https) sites/servers and there are ftp servers (ftp).

If you want to ftp, the you should be using ftp, some browsers support ftp by entering ftp://xxxxxxx where xxxxxx can be either the server name or IP address.
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by:tkshatriya
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I apologies for the confusion.  We have added two FTP site

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1) prodfolder       2                   started(http)               *:80(http)                 \\testside\prodfolder$
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2) TestIT             1                          started(http)                  xxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxx:80(http)      %systemdrive%\intepub\wwwroot

 
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When I right click first FTP site  - prodfolder > manage web site >browse
it open another window http://localhost/ 

i can see folder and files.  I have access to FTP site. When i used my laptop to browse the folder

ftp://FTPtest:paswd@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/prodfolder 

i get error message page not found.
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by:giltjr
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O.K. I think you need to go back to your IIS and FTP configuration again.

What you have posted shows you have two web (http) sites.  Port 80 has nothing to do with FTP and you are showing port 80.
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by:tkshatriya
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do i need to change anything in iis and FTp configuration.
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When I right click first FTP site  - prodfolder > manage web site >browse
it open another window http://localhost/ 

i can see folder and files.  I have access to FTP site. When i used my laptop to browse the folder

ftp://FTPtest:paswd@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/prodfolder 

i get error message page not found.
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by:giltjr
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I still don't think you are getting:

     http://localhost

is talking to your web server.  Which based on the prior posts you have configured.  However:

     ftp://FTPPtest:paswd@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/prodfolder

Is trying to talk to a FTP server, which you obviously do not have configured.  When you go into the IIS management console you want to mange FTP servers, not Web Servers.
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by:tkshatriya
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I missed the step FTP server. It's working now.


apperciate your help.
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