We've a pair of load balanced MS Windows 2008 R2 servers setup as a cluster for redundancy running IIS7.5. And we host about 40 sites and domains. We're using MS Load Balancer app.
I need to move these sites into a DMZ. So my first question is do I have to change the ip address on the web servers and assign one from the DMZ subnet? Or should I just be able to change the ip address of the sites and assign them an address from the DMZ.
I tried doing that today and it didn't work. It worked fine on the server itself. But when I try to access the site by ip it can't be found.
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