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IIS8 - Reverse proxy

Posted on 2013-06-03
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Last Modified: 2013-07-12
Hi Experts,

I am having trouble using ARR and URL Rewrite to set up a server 2012 box running IIS8 as a reverse proxy.

IIS8 would redirect traffic to either a nginx/ubuntu box or another IIS box based on the url entered.


site1.example.com is an Ubuntu Box running nginx
site2.example.com is an Windows Box running IIS6

Any direction on where to find information, tutorial or just plain expert advice would be very much appreciated!
Question by:efcutech
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