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Publish multiple SSL sites behind Single Host name/URL

Hi Experts
I have my setup up and running fine as follow
wild card certificate *.company.com
any site I need to publish I just add and entry in my DNS
srv1.company.com  which point to ISA 2006 Public IP let us say (
srv2.company.com which pint to same IP and ISA is doing the redirection to local srv1 and srv2
we need to publish single host name in our DNS and ask the ISA to redirect based on URL not host name
in DNS we will remove srv1, srv2 entry and add  apps.company.com with the same IP
and to reach our local srv1, srv2
we wan to type apps.comapny.com/srv1 ,apps.company.com/srv2
can this be done? if yes how?
Thanks in advance

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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Commented:
Yes this can be down.

Create 2 publish rules, one for each website.

change the external path tab for each rule as follow :

Rule # 1 : external path should be srv1/* and the internal path should be /*

Rule # 1 : external path should be srv2/* and the internal path should be /*

make sure to spacify the public name tab to match the DNS name :apps.comapny.com.
Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Commented:
diwitsupAuthor Commented:
Hi Sulimanw
Yes it was helpfull and solve the issue
there was some issue with virtaul directory
in the past I used to type srv1.company.com/myapp
now after the new rule
I'm typing apps.company.com/app1/myapp   which is working fine
I want to remove the virtraul directory part  /myapp
so it will look apps.company.com/app1   which should go to srv1.company.com/myapp
under the path tab  I tried to make /app1/*   goes to /myapp  but it always go to defualt web site not the virtaul directory any help?
Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Commented:
From path tab, try to specify the internal path as--> /app1/* while the external path  /srv1/*
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