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I have one server running IIS 7 with two diffrent sites on the same port (80). They have different host header. On site 1 I would have no IP restrictions. On site 2 I would like to alow only specified IP ranges.

How do I configure this in IIS? I found how to add IP address restrictions, but to me it seems like it is affecting both site 1 and site 2.

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Not in the side - you do so on the BINDING of the site (to IIS).

In the Binding you tell the hsot header and the IP addresses to bind to.

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What I wanted was to only allow specified external IP ranges to access my site. Found my answer when I installed IP and Domain restrictions – Mikael Aug 18 '10 at 13:09

Why is it so that when you ask a question, you find the answer the next minute? :) Anyway, I had not installed/activated IP and Domain restrictions.

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