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I have a really simple question. I have a website that will only respond to:

cname.domain.com:1234/something/default.aspx

On the server side, how do I forward cname.domain.com:1234 to said address?

P.S. - I am running IIS7

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In IIS 7 you be able to do this via the Reverse Proxy and Rewrite modules, I believe.

http://www.iis.net/download/URLRewrite

http://www.iis.net/download/ApplicationRequestRouting

In the site settings, you'll get an "URL Rewrite" icon once installed. From there you can add rules with hostnames and ports specified.

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