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I have two webservers installed on one machine:

  • Apache running on port 8080
  • IIS on port 80

I want to define a rule in IIS that whenever someone wants to access my server in the form of the visitor should be redirected to In any other cases the IIS on port 80 should be used as webserver.

Is that possible with the IIS?

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It's certainly possible with Apache (without having to rely on an additional component)! – symcbean Apr 25 '12 at 11:59
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You're looking for a reverse proxy. This should be helpful:

For pattern, you'll need to use or ** - not sure about that so you should experiment a bit.

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