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  • Windows 2000 SERVER

    Hi All I am a newbie,
    Here is my question..
    I have windows 2000 server running an asp web application (for ex:www.abc.def.com) on port 80 Now I want to create a new web application by using asp.net such as like www.xyz.def.com. How can I create a new webiste on windows 2000 server? I guess I can give different IP than the one it is running. Could you pls sugest any tutorial or article to make a new website/application on widnwos server 2000.
    Thanks in adv

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    Re: Windows 2000 SERVER

    A different IP, a different port, or name based virtual hosting (or whatever it's called in IIS). Maybe give us more details?

    Is this web app (and the new one) served on the internet, or only locally? If it's public, then unless your ISP will assign you a second IP, then that option is out. That'll leave you with either running the new app on a different port, which means you'll have to tack the port number onto the end of the URL, or virtual hosting. A quick Google reveals: http://www.dyndns.com/support/kb/vir...vices_iis.html
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    • #3
      Re: Windows 2000 SERVER

      Since you are using win 2000 I'd presume your are using IIS 5 or earlier.

      If you are using IIS5 have a look at this for configuring Host headers.

      http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308163

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      • #4
        Re: Windows 2000 SERVER

        It can be public if possible, if not possible local is OK. My Concern is not messing up the application which is already been running I want to run both the old and new applications run smoothly.

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        • #5
          Re: Windows 2000 SERVER

          You can also simply copy the folder of the application, give it a different name and run it under a different application pool. This way you won't have to change the IP or add an additional web site.

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