redirect for mutiple domains



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redirect for mutiple domains

Postby Bjn » Fri, 05 Oct 2007 17:12:12 GMT


We have an website with different domain addresses:

I want to set up an relative redirection like this:

 http://www.**--****.com/ ??.???/content1 to  http://www.**--****.com/ ??.???/content1new

Jow can I solve it without an explicit redirection for each domain? 
Maybe relative redirection?  ../content1 to ../content1new

How I set it up with IIS6?

Many thanks!

Re: redirect for mutiple domains

Postby David Wang » Fri, 05 Oct 2007 19:38:12 GMT

It all depends on how you set up the IIS website. If you setup one IIS
website with multiple Host headers for each of those domains, you can
simply set up a single HttpRedirect on that website from /content1 to /
content1new. This will apply for all that is mapped to that IIS website.


Re: redirect for mutiple domains

Postby Kristofer Gafvert » Sun, 07 Oct 2007 01:05:18 GMT

Hi Bjn,

We need more information about your setup to be able to give a complete 

If you have only one website serving all domain names, this will be easy. 
If you have multiple websites, there will be more places to do the changes 
(perhaps you should set it up so you only have one website?)

Kristofer Gafvert

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