IIS Bindings

Hello all,

I work for a company that sells a website as a private label. The code was finished two weeks ago and they had only 2 customers. Sudently, they have now 40 customers and they expect 400 new sign ups in the next couple of weeks. This is for the insurance industry.

So basically, I only have one website at IIS and I add as many bindings as domain names are requested.

I am not configuring anything on IIS, they require to point the @ record at the registrant to the server's IP address.

Am I doing this the wrong way? Having hundreds of bindings on one website is wrong? Should I have a website per domain name?

Thanks!
pvg1975Asked:
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Ryan ChongCommented:
One web server can has many websites configured with exactly same contents in IIS.

What you need is to set the header names in IIS.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308163


Prior to this, your clients domain's A record should point to the IP of your web server first.
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liranp1Commented:
i think you can add as much websites as you want as long that you have strong server and good bandwidth, if you run databases on the server i would suggest to use a different apllication pool so if one web site will go crazy the other will not be affected.
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pvg1975Author Commented:
That is exactly what I will do.

On the current websites, one customer had 300,000 visits in 3 days and toke down all the rest of the websites.

Thanks for the tip!
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