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Moving our Web-Page to our local Server

By mtorres7 ·
Currently our web-page is residing at our ISP servers. I need to know what neccesary equipment / Server / routers / etc. is needed for the administration of the page at the company server. Also need to know what microsoft components needs to be installed.
The ISP is hosting the web page. At the company server, there is Small Business Server 2003, and we are evaluating if upgrading to SBS-2008 or install the components individually

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you simply need a box that supports IIS for Windows

by CG IT In reply to Moving our Web-Page to ou ...

or you could use a Linux box [most popular] to host the web site.

however, you need to your authoritative name servers for your public domain name to point to your public IP address. From there you forward all inbound http traffic to your web server.

Microsoft Technet has many articles on how to setup their software to host web sites.

Suggest you visit and search using keywords host multiple web sites using host headers.

While you would be hosting only 1, the advantage is that setting up web sites using host headers is easier than if you tried to host under the default Inetpub web site in IIS.

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