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how to host two website by using host header value (single ip address) in IIS 6.0

Posted on 2011-09-09
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Hi Experts,

                         Please give me the step by step procedure to host two websites by using host header value using single ip address..
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Question by:columbuseng
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by:Andrew Cliff
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Right-click properties of website in IIS.
On the Web Site tab select Advanced.
Edit the default entry.
Leave TCP at port 80, enter your desired IP and the public URL of the site in question.
Do this for each site.
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djpazza earned 500 total points
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You can not do this without having the second website on a different port.

mysite.domain.com
mysite.domain.com:8080

You have said IIS 6 however Windows 2008 has 7.5?

You could create the second site as a subdomain:

mainsite.domain.com
subsite.domain.com

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by:Andrew Cliff
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324287... straight from the horses mouth.
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