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I have my domain hosted in my own server. There are two applications running on my server that are accessible via example.com (IIS on port 80) and example.com:8080 (Tomcat on port 8080).

Now I would like to create a subdomain like myapp.example.com and make the example.com:8080 available in it so that the user need not specify the port to accesa the app.

Is it possible to do?

Please give me some guidance.

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Duplicate of serverfault.com/questions/76539/mod-proxy-tomcat which has the answer you need. –  Jenny D Mar 5 '13 at 9:49

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Depends on your IIS version, IIS can act as a reverse proxy for version 7.0 and above.

If you are using IIS below 7, it'd be better to run your IIS on ports
other than 80, and then setup a reverse proxy with apache that run on
port 80.

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