troubleshooting Question

301 strip aspx from URL in IIS

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We changed our blog and now the url's don't have .aspx on the end of them but the URL is still the same otherwise. So

/blog/post/Using-Memory-Theory-to-Increase-Inbound-Results.aspx.

becomes

/blog/tips/using-memory-theory-to-increase-inbound-results

I'd like to 301 all of the old url's to the new link.

This is the rule I tried but it' redirects to the 404 page:

  <rule name="Rewrite old blog to PHP format (compound route)" stopProcessing="false">
          <match url="([^/]+)/([^/\?]+)\.aspx$" />
          <action type="Rewrite" url="index.php?route={R:1}&amp;page={R:2}" redirectType="Temporary" />
        </rule>
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