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2 Web Servers behind one IP address

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I have two windows 2003 R2 servers using IIS 6.0.

Server A www.mysite.com using port 80

I can access this site locally and remotely by www.mysite.com

Now adding Server B www.mynewsite.com:81 using port 81

I can access this site locally but not remotely.

My external DNs site has cname www points to @

I have a cisco ASA5505 router

static (inside,outside) tcp interface www 10.235.122.15 www netmask 255.255.255.255

IF I add this will I be able to access the site remotely?

static (inside,outside) tcp interface 81 10.235.122.25 81 netmask 255.255.255.255


Can I setup a DNS record so I can just type mynewsite.com:81?
Would it be a A Host or Cname ?
Can it be created so I do not need to use the port number?
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All you should have to do is enter the URL www.mysite.com:81

If you want a second domain pointing to your IP address, that's fine, but you'll still need to add the :81 at the end of the URL.
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I would like to be able to do mysite.com and mynewsite.com:81

What do I need to get this to work? DNS record?
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I forgot I first need to register my second site
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Yes. Register your second site and point it to your IP address.
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