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KursadOlmez

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IIS "Host Header" value can't be used in this situation. Because hosted websites are on the different local servers. Kerio can redirect only 1 port to 1 local IP address.

That feature is not available on the KWF Server-Side as my knowledge but MS ISA Server can use Host Headers on firewall level. So you can redirect requests from any addresses to any local IP addresses. Poser2010 can do that with ISA2004 and above.

I have some ideas about that using with KWF but I don't have much time to try. When I find some time to try it, I will post the results here.

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KursadOlmez wrote on Sat, 15 May 2010 00:19
IIS "Host Header" value can't be used in this situation. Because hosted websites are on the different local servers. Kerio can redirect only 1 port to 1 local IP address.


My english is poor - ok, but please read again:

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There are two domain on the same web server IIS and registered on the same IP


I can see the expression "on the same web server IIS" - am I wrong?
So if we have many sites on the same IP and the same IIS then we're using just Host Header....

Robert
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poser2010

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Thanks for the reply guys

I do not know how to use ISA server as me to be how to implement both sites on one. There is one external IP. Put it on the Web Server IIS Apache IIS server is on port 80 and Apache on 81 for some reason Apache does not work and the site does not open please help

[Updated on: Mon, 17 May 2010 11:51]

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poser2010 wrote on Mon, 14 May 2010 13:07
I make a mapping to the two domains 1. 192.169.50.3:80 2. 192.168.50.13:80


Hi robisk,

You are right. poser2010 told us that 2 websites on the same machine but poser2010 also told us that those websites are on the different local network IP addresses.

And I just noticed that there are 2 different subnets 192.169.50.3 and 192.168.50.13

I guess poser2010 should give us more details about the problem.

[Updated on: Mon, 17 May 2010 19:15]

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robsik

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And it looks that there are IIS and Apache - two web-servers? Confused
Poser2010, give more information - much more Wink

Robert
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