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IIS 7 Page Redirect by Hostname

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I swear i've done this before, but maybe i am crazy.

So I have a public facing website with a public NAT of IP a.b.c.d.  I have DNS record setup for site.domain.com, which takes me to a logon page site.domain.com/logon.

i was wondering if I setup a new DNS record site2.domain.com to point to the same IP, if I can have it land on a diffrent logon page (on the same server) so something like site2.domain.com/logon2

So I guess my question is can I redirect the landing page based off of hostname/url?
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Yes, in IIS you can set it to listen for hostname:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753195.aspx

you will need to create a new virtual site which listens to site2.domain.com. If you want one site but different landing pages you will need to write your own asp(x) file.
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