Last post Oct 11, 2007 05:28 PM by John Hill
Oct 11, 2007 10:09 AM|John Hill|LINK
I have a server running SBS 2003. It has IIS 6.0. It is running MS Exchange - working fine and we are using Outlook Web Access. I also have a web site that I recently moved to this server. I cannot seem to get OWA and this web site working at the same
My internet connection comes in through a modem set up in bridge mode. I have two access points connected to the modem. Each access point has it's own IP address and does NAT (all IPs on our network are static) and acts as a gateway. My server has two
NIC cards each with their own IP address.
OWA and email comes in on one access point to one of the server's NIC card. The web site comes in on the other access point to it's own NIC card. So access to the web site and OWA is segregated, each with it's own IP address, the access points do the proper
port forwarding to the appropriate NIC card in the server, and each web site is associated with it's own IP address. The only other thing thrown into the mix is each service, (web site & OWA) has it's own security certificate (different domain).
It all sounds correct to me but I seem to be having problems getting both sites to function at the same time. I just need some reassurance that my physical configuration/IIS logic is capable of running the two web sites independent of each other. I don't
want to be troubleshooting configuration issues, if in actuality the setup is incapable.
Oct 11, 2007 05:28 PM|John Hill|LINK