Redirect .asp page to Drupal node?

Old site is .asp, new site is Drupal.

If old page is www.site.com/aboutus.asp, how can I have it directed to  www.site.com/?q=aboutus  ?

There are 450+ asp pages that have their Drupal equivalent. So each page needs to go to its new version.

Not sure if this is done on Linux tier? Apache tier? Drupal tier?
sandshakimiAsked:
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junipllcConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You can do this in Drupal, perhaps, using a redirect module (there are several), but it'd probably be better just to do it in Apache:

Redirect permanent aboutus.asp http://www.site.com/?q=aboutus

Put one of those lines for each page.

If you need an automated way to do this then there are a number of ways to do it, but I think all will require writing a script to catch the 404 (from the .asp that doesn't exist), parse the URL, and then redirect. Again, this would be on the Linux/Apache tier.

Also, I'd highly recommend that you use "clean urls" instead of the ?q=path method:

https://drupal.org/node/15365

Cheers,

Mike
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stephencolsonCommented:
I recommend the redirect module: http://drupal.org/project/redirect

If you have a spreadsheet of old pages and the new equivalent, I would recommend writing a quick sql script to bulk load them in to the tables redirect uses.
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sandshakimiAuthor Commented:
I thought Redirect module wouldn't accept .asp page?
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stephencolsonCommented:
Redirect takes any given input string regardless of extension. To it, file.asp is no different than index.htm or "some/other/path". It is all just text.
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