I can't get my head around the following situation. We have an outside-available web site (say,
http://example.com). It runs on our Windows 2008 server in IIS7. Now I want to make one of our internal servers available to the outside world as well (
http://dev.example.com). I've set up DNS entries so that
dev.example.com points to the same IP as
example.com does, but I'm not sure how to configure web servers correctly.
dev server hosts, among other things, an OpenID server (which, I think, can cause some serious problems when web servers are incorrectly configured), bug tracker and a Subversion repository. This whole slew of applications runs inside Tomcat 6 which is, to my limted knowledge, is not a web server per se. I know that it can talk to Apache and I'll install it if it's really needed.
The question is: how do I set up IIS/Tomcat/DNS/whatever so that the configuration I just described will work seamlessly.