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iis 2 diffrent local seite

Posted on 2014-11-05
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i installed IIS server(windows 2008) and i would like to 2 diffrent intern web seite .

web1.domain.local:80
web2.domain.local: ?

how can i  do web seite ports?
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You can still use port 80 for the second site. Just make sure the host headers are different (means your DNS server has to be in good order)
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