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Multiple websites on IIS4

By joshg ·
I have a NT4 webserver that has an Intranet site on it, that site is working fine inoffice and out. I added another domain name to the machine and assigned a second IP to the NIC. In IIS I have the new www.myserver.com assigned the new IP and can ping and view the website in-house. When I go to a machine in the outside world, I cannot open the page. The Domain is registered properly as DNS is able to resolve the IP to the domain, it just doesn't return the page. This Server is NT4 SP6A IIS4Proxy 2.0 SP2.

I thought at one time there were Technet docs on how this is done. I cannot find much on IIS 4 on my CD's since MS released IIS5.

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by Dan_C In reply to Multiple websites on IIS4

Silly q's first... have you set IIS to listen on all available IP's?

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by joshg In reply to Multiple websites on IIS4

What does that mean. The Default website is set for one IP the new website is set for the second IP that is assigned. What else is there.

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by RoyRubio In reply to Multiple websites on IIS4

As you did not provide your network topology, here is another idea: if your network has a firewall, make sure the HTTP protocol is permitted on the IP addr that you assigned. Also, check that your proxy is not applying any filter for that IP addr.

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by RoyRubio In reply to Multiple websites on IIS4

Additionally, if you are using any of the private non-routable IP addr range within your LAN, make sure that your network guys have put a static NAT to your public IP addr.

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by joshg In reply to Multiple websites on IIS4

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by shmaltz In reply to Multiple websites on IIS4

You mention that you are running Proxy 2.0. Make sure that you open up port 80 to the new IP address. The fact that you can view the web site inhouse shows that you did configure it correctly on IIS. The only problem is that you can't access it formthe Internet, then the problem is in your firewall (proxy in this case). To make sure that this is the problem you can try to run tracert from the internet to your new domain name, and you should see it getting stuck at the IP address of your firewall/proxy.

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by joshg In reply to Multiple websites on IIS4

HAve tried that, no dice. Can't ping IP of new site. Even though listed on the nic.

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