host multiple sites on win 2003 server


I am trying to setup a multiple websites on one of the old win 2003 box.  I have two public ip.  Here is what I did already:

1. add two public ip to the card, (there are 1 local ip and 2 public ip, For gateways, one local ip, one public gateway )
2. created two sites in iis pointed to two different folders
3. I pick an ip for each site in IIS
4. In Advanced Web Site Identification, only one public ip for each site

But when I use the ip from outside, both ip is pointing to the same site, also, I will get bad request if I dont add local ip to the website (see #4).  Not sure where the problem is.  

One thing though, I put this box in the dmz, so when the traffic hit those two public ip, it will be redirected to the local ip, is that the problem?

Please help.  thx
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you need to setup IIS to use host headers.
Joshua GrantomSenior Systems AdministratorCommented:
You should really only use 1 IP and use host headers and bindings to point to the correct site.
mcrmgAuthor Commented:
in the Multiple id for this website, I put just one ip (public_ with host header value, but I am still still getting bad request

One thing though, I have not change the dns of the domain name.  I want to make sure I can setup two sites using ip first before I change the dns.  thanks
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mcrmgAuthor Commented:
Because there are multiple sites on the box, so it MUST use hostname to go to the site, can not use ip, is that correct?  thanks
Joshua GrantomSenior Systems AdministratorCommented:
You can use a unique IP identifier but that requires you to setup the site differently from the beginning.

The best way for you to do this is host headers.

Here is seom info using IP identifiers

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mcrmgAuthor Commented:
ok, so basically, I need to change the dns first in order for them to work?  thanks
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