There are 2 IIS7 servers behind a firewall. I do not have control over this firewall, and I cannot ask for configuration.
The server IIS7-1: I have full control on this server. Is behind the firewall with no ports opened to the world. Is stand alone - but it does not part of a domain. My asp.net application is hosted on this server.
IIS7-0: I have no control over this II7-0. This server's port 80 opened to the world on the firewall. IIS7-0 has no permissions on IIS7-1.
I would like to let users to surf to IIS7-0, but application will run on IIS7-1 and route to the user through IIS7-0, which it's port 80 is open on the firewall.
I can ask for a standard configuration on the IIS7-0 in order to have some kind of routing/proxying to IIS7-1, so the IIS7-1 specific application will be seen beyond the firewall, but I can't ask for new installations.
So, is there an IIS routing feature between http servers?
I mean, if a remote anonymous user will surf to http:// IIS7-0/app, is there a configuration to an IIS7 server that will get the http:// IIS7-1/app and all it's sub folders to the used as designed, so the IIS7-0 will perform like a proxy for the remote user.
If so, what are the step to achieve such routing configuration?