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Multiple Websites hosted on 2003 Server

Good Afternoon!

About 8 months ago, I set up a server in order to host our website internally instead of having it somewhere else.  I worked with a company that was designing our website and they had me install various pieces of software in order to get things working as I am not an IIS expert!  The configuration is as follows:

Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (Virtual Server sitting in DMZ behind an ASA 5510)
IIS 6.0
Helicon ISAPI_Rewrite 3 (free)
IIS 7.0 Extension

This was setup in IIS as the default website.  Everything has been working like a charm.  Now, my boss wants to host two more websites internally and I cannot seem to get things working.  Since I only have one outside IP address, I figured I would have to use something like host headers.  

First, I went into the TCP/IP properties and bound another IP address in the DMZ to the nic card.  Next, I went through the steps of creating a new website and choosing the different IP address and two new headers www.nameofcompany.com and nameofcompany.com.

From within IIS I right click on the website and choose browse and I can see the website displays.  If I go to http://localhost/nameofcompany.com it will display the default website.  I am not sure if this is because the Helicon ISAPI_Rewrite 3 is installed and redirecting my website.  

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Microsoft IIS Web Server

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David Johnson, CD

8/22/2022 - Mon

Should new websites be visible from "outside" world (public internet)?
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