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HTTP/1.1 and IIS4.0

From: Venky Srinivasan <s.venky@mailcity.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 05:31:47 -0700
To: www-html@w3.org
Message-ID: <LHJEDFHPKIFGAAAA@mailcity.com>

Hi all, 

I have a major problem and can anybody solve this...

At present, we have got a ip address 199.23.24.xxx and have two regitered domain names. 

   1. bgts.com 
   2. bgts.co.uk 

We would like to keep two different web pages for these two in two different virtual directories but we should use the same ip
address (199.23.24.xxx) and should not create any more new ip addresses. It is possible through the cname and http 1.1 protocol. 

How do install HTTP/1.1 with IIS4.0. Does IIS4.0 by itself support HTTP/1.1 protocol. If so, does it do the
redirection? Please give me a procedure to do the same. This very very urgent as we are unable to get this going. 

Moreover, we are getting a "HTTP/1.0 403 ACCESS FORBIDDEN". This means that we are getting till the name server but
we are unable to go further to the virtual directories so created. This only shows that the version of IIS4.0 supplied with Small
Business Server Pack supports version 1.0 and not 1.1. 

Please gives a step by step instruction on how to do this redirection setup and how to install HTTP/1.1 and help it coordinate
with the IIS4.0 server. 

If we achive this, then we can host any number of pages. 

Thanking you. 

Warm Regards, 
Venky. 
  


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