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I am looking to setup request routing on a single server.

  • 1 incoming hostname (
  • 2 websites ( and
  • load spread evenly between them.

This is purely so that I can setup a Continuous Delivery solution, so that the site can be upgraded without any downtime, similar to a server farm, but without the extra servers.

Has anyone done this? Is it possible?

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The only way i find to solve this problem is to create a webfarm and add itselft but with the port 8080.

So the incoming request will came on the port 80 and on the routing rule create a condition that validate the request with the incomming port 80.

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