I have a home page running that can be seen on the internet. This was set up on a linux box by another admin.
I have another site that is running on a server 2003 serving active pages. This site is running well internally. A link to this site is on my home page but it is not accessed outside of my network. I want it accessible outside.
The site is running iis 6.0 but I dont want it to be accessed directly from the server 2003 but to use the link on the linux box to work.
Can someone direct me to some hints or documents to set this up so that I can access this page outside on the internet.
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