Re: How to direct FQDN to point to www subdirectory

BA ( )
Mon, 26 May 1997 11:03:12 -0500

All virtual servers need a different IP.....i.e. you are running 4 =
servers with 4 different domain names on IIS you need 4 ip addresses, =
is assigned accordingly in the IIS Manager to the directory you want it =
be associated with.

On Mon, 26 May 1997 07:36:22 -0700, Kirk Rogers so eloquently wrote:

>Great. But what about the server who still exist with that IP address?
>Won't this generate a duplicate IP address response from the OS?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Darryl Harvey []
> Sent: Monday, May 26, 1997 7:10 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: How to direct FQDN to point to www
> >Has any one been able to get a FQDN such as to be
> >to a subdirectory within wwwroot of IIS?
> >We have an NT4.0 server with IIS and using FrontPage to grant
> >web publishing. I would like have the existing FQDN point to a
> >particular web from within wwwroot which looks like
>wwwroot/newtest. I
> >tried changing the home directory to this particular
>subdirectory but
> >then FrontPage cannot open up anything.
> >
> >Any help would be appreciated
> You probably have an answer for this already,
> Add an IP address to your LAN card,
> Make a Virtual VWS on this new IP address, point the home page
>to the new
> location, Viola, Works fine.
> Darryl
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