I am working on a project that would require a website hosted on a windows 2003 server to look to users as coming from a different website hosted some where else. Example, the source "real" hosted page is at www.realpages.com/dir/page.aspx
. On a completely different webserver on a completely different network, there is a domain called www.theotherdomain.com
. If a user visits www.theotherdomain.com/dir/page.aspx
, they are really seeing a page hosted at www.realpages.com/dir/page.aspx
, but the url in their browser shows www.theotherdomain.com
are hosted on windows 2003 IIS currently with plans to host on windows 2012. www.theotherdomain.com
is most likely linux.
I manage the www.realpages.com
windows 2003 web server.
If this is a reverse proxy, is the configuration of the reverse proxy entirely up to the linux web master at www.theotherdomain.com?
Would there be any issues with aspx pages in a reverse proxey of this nature?
Thanks for any basic information.