I have a website, apps.myWebsite.com, hosted in IIS 7.5 on a Windows Server 2008 R2.
I have several application running on apps.myWebsite.com each of them with its own authentication policy. apps.myWebsite.com was not accessible from the WWW but just within the company's network.
Now I wanted to open one application, myBlog, to the WWW therefore, through my ISP, I got a public IP address and URL, myBlog.myWebsite.com and I mapped it to the internal IP address of the website.
The problem is that this way I opened all the applications in apps.myWebsite.com to the WWW. I tried the HTTP redirect from apps.myWebsite.com to myBlog but this way I cannot access the other applications internally because if I digit their URL the server always redirect to myBlog.
Taken into account that accessing from the WWW myBlog.myWebsite.com must not require authorization, how can I expose just myBlog application to the WWW?
Is it possible to redirect just the requests coming from the WWW? Thanks