Last post Aug 14, 2013 05:25 AM by Amy Peng - MSFT
Aug 13, 2013 07:13 AM|ramu.net|LINK
I have a WCF service, and I want to consume it through IIS and TCP ip.
Can anyone provide articles with code examples?
Aug 13, 2013 09:18 AM|Illeris|LINK
If you host a WCF service in IIS, you either consume it through HTTP and/or HTTPS.
If you want to consume it by other protocols, you need to add extra service bindings/endpoints, and enable TCP bindings in IIS. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11413406/net-tcp-http-wcf-hosted-in-iis for
Aug 13, 2013 11:06 AM|l.laxmikant|LINK
For hosting WCF service to IIS with netTcpBinding or netNamedPipeBinding requires some settings on IIS and system
this article will help to make those changes
Aug 13, 2013 11:20 AM|fimine|LINK
You`ll need IIS 7+ for that. Then you`ll be able to use TCP as your binding protocol.
Here is info on how to enable non-http binding: http://bloggingabout.net/blogs/marc/archive/2007/10/23/wcf-hosting-non-http-protocols-in-iis-7-0.aspx
Aug 14, 2013 05:25 AM|Amy Peng - MSFT|LINK
By default, IIS supports http or https protocols, so the binding like netTcpBinding or netNamedPipeBindings can not be used in IIS host.
Then if we want to use netTcpBindings, we need to manage some settings.
Here is a artilce about this, please try to check:
#Hosting WCF service with netTcpBinding or netNamedPipeBinding in IIS: