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I want to host two domains on Windows Server 2003. I already have a static IP and a domain running.

What DNS and IIS settings should I have for the later?

For example; for and I have created two primary zones on the DNS. I am using the same NS for both and

On IIS I created a new site and used an unused internal (dummy IP)

NSLOOKUP gives me the IP of my "domain name provider's" ip (where I entered and for the domain)

I hope I don't need another static IP for domain Please advice.

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In IIS you can use host headers to host both web sites on the same ip address. Since you've only got a single public ip address you have to forward HTTP traffic from the single public ip address to a single internal ip address and host headers is how IIS differentiates between the two web sites.

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