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Web publishing problem - 1.Aug.2007 1:47:34 PM   
moreauer

 

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Hi everyone...

I want to publish 2 sites on 2 different server.  Site 1 is name "test.work.gouv.qc.ca/urg/user" on server1 with IP X.Y.20.21 and Site 2 is name "test.work.gouv.qc.ca/urg/partner" on server2 with IP X.Y.21.22.

The DNS resolution to "test.work.gouv.qc.ca" is the External IP adress of my ISA server.

I published the first rule and it works fine but when I publish the second rule, it's still using the first one.

Rule #1:  From: External, To: test.work.gouv.qc.ca with IP X.Y.20.21, Public Name: "test.work.gouv.qc.ca".

Rule #2: Same as above except for the name of the rule and the IP X.Y.20.22.

I tried to put "test.work.gouv.qc.ca/urg/user" in the public name but it's not working.

So what do I have to do if I want to access both sites ???

http://test.work.gouv.qc.ca/urg/user (page cannot be found)
http://test.work.gouv.qc.ca/urg/partner (page cannot be found)
http://test.work.gouv.qc.ca (working with Rule #1)

By the way, I'm not the one working on the web site.  All I have to do is to publish the site that  the others are working on.

Thanks for your help.

< Message edited by moreauer -- 1.Aug.2007 1:57:04 PM >
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RE: Web publishing problem - 1.Aug.2007 2:24:22 PM   
ferrix

 

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You need to use the "Paths" tab of the rules to limit the scope of what each rule matches.  You describe that all requests are matching the first rule, your path is probably /*.  If you change the first rule's path tab to only accept /user/* then you can tell the second rule to accept /partner/*

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RE: Web publishing problem - 1.Aug.2007 2:30:10 PM   
moreauer

 

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Hi ferrix,

I've been looking for this all morning and just after I posted my problem, I found out how to do it.

And it's as you say...  I used the Paths tab and it worked fine...

Sorry to have wasted your time on this...

I was not there at all to miss something that simple... 

Have a nice day...

Thanks again...

Eric

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RE: Web publishing problem - 1.Aug.2007 6:52:16 PM   
ferrix

 

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Glad you got it working!

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