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Hosting a internal website on port other than 80 as *.domain.com?

Posted on 2011-09-15
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Basically, I have an internal website (intranet) that runs on port 9676.

How can I make it so internal users can easily reach the site by means of typing in whatever.domain.com?

Must I move the site to port 80 or is there another way?

(Its a program called spiceworks and i think WSUS on this server already uses port 80)

Thanks
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Question by:guitar_333
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by:ZephyrTC
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Create a Host A record in your dns pointing whatever.domain.com to the ip address of your sever.
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by:guitar_333
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Thanks I got that part. But how do I direct requests to port 9676 without messing with IIS - or can I? That is the question
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by:Greg Hejl
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you have to publish the site with domain.com:9676

wish the was a way to do this with dns...

or you can add another IP to webserver box and bind that IP to spiceworks

the you can add dns record for the IP
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or you can add another IP to webserver box and bind that IP to spiceworks

This might work. Can you guide me on how to do this?
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by:Rovastar
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Why not just setup your internal dns servers to resolve your new site to a new domain name and add this in your bindings.

The IP way the user will have to enter the IP address in the browser.
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Greg Hejl earned 1000 total points
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network and sharing>local connection>properties> IPv4>properties>advanced>add IP

the edit http.conf for spiceworks

This works in 5.1, I edited
C:\Program Files (x86)\Spiceworks\httpd\conf\httpd.conf

Listen :80 to Listen xx.xx.xx.xxx:80
and
Listen :443 to Listen xx.xx.xx.xxx:443

This allows you to run Spiceworks apache service on one IP and IIS7 on another.

you also need to bind your iis7 ip address to the other ip- that setting is in IIS in the site settings in 'bindings'

i have also heard that updating spiceworks might write over the http.conf file - so if you lose this function after updating spiceworks just edit it again
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by:buzzyclonecattleman
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I ran into the same thing and I actually found it easy to do two things:

1. Run IIS on any other box directing "easy.domain.com" (and maybe another word like just "Intranet" with internal DNS and redirect with your method of choice to Spiceworks box "easy.domain2.com:9676"

2. Through policys make easydomain2.com:9676 a favorite in both IE and a desktop shortcuts with the easy Intranet title.

Just a thought...
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