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i've a Windows 2008 R2 server with 2 internal ip's and one external ip. is binded to the external ip.

Now i want to create 2 web sites in the IIS Manager.

First Website should work with this internal ip: and the second with

in the website binding settings i can chose rather or

but only is working.. if i bind a website to it dont work. How can i make this working? The port 80 is opened for both.

and my second question.. if i get those ip thingy work, how can i tell my domain to redirect to with to and to ?


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You're missing a vital step. You have no IP translation. You need some form of PAT (port address translation) in order to map multiple internal IPs to one external IP.

A better alternative would be to use host headers. The only reason you need multiple IPs is for SSL websites. (

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thank you done :) – darkdog Mar 29 '11 at 13:59

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