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We have a network exposed externally through a static IP address. Our main SBS 2011 server hosts the remote/mail website (remote.company.net), while another IIS server on the network hosts our clients website (clients.company.net).

However, I can't make client.company.net http requests to bounce from the SBS to the other IIS, where that website is actually hosted.

Could you please help me set this up? Thanks

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Is client.company.net not publicly visible? Do you mean that you want requests from the public internet to be routed through remote.company.net? Your question isn't very clear. –  Kev Feb 24 '12 at 12:56
    
client.company.net is not publicly visible. We have only one external IP, so all http requests come to the Windows Business Server. But the clients website is on a different server... so I need to redirect/route requests to the right server. –  Emged Feb 24 '12 at 14:35
    
"But the clients website is on a different server." as in it's on client.company.net ? –  Kev Feb 24 '12 at 16:03
    
Kev, forget the names of the websites.. basically, we have two websites, each in a different IIS on the network.. But we have only one external IP, hence our need to set up a proxy/redirect.. –  Emged Feb 24 '12 at 17:02

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Check out Application Request Routing... it is the only way to proxy requests the way you are describing. It provides request routing logic: http://www.iis.net/download/applicationrequestrouting -Chris

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