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Not sure the title is right. I have my site configured in IIS7 and I have another partner site which runs on a different port eg. http:// localhost:1234 /mysite. Can I have my parent site to have a virtual site http:// localhost /mysite to route requests to the partner site http://localhost:1234 /mysite. I should not redirect but I should basically proxy the requests. Any help here is appreciable.

Thanks in advance.

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Yes, use Application Request Routing (ARR). It's a small add-on for IIS7 and works as a reverse proxy. It's great, and will do exactly what you're talking about. Find it at iis.net

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