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I have an old ASP.NET Server and Website running in IIS on this surver with many sub sites and pages for example:

I now have a new website that will be running on a new Apache server that I will be transering my domain to (for example)

I would like my new site (with my old domain) to still direct traffic to the old pages on my IIS server, is there a way to do this? So for example if someone visits they would go to my PHP site, but if they type in, or used a book mark to they would end up at my old site on IIS?


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You could set up your Apache webserver as a Reverse Proxy which could funnel requests to your old ASP.NET web server should the client hit any of your 'legacy' sub directories.

Have a look at mod_proxy for Apache.

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