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Path Mapping - 10.Sep.2013 1:11:51 AM   


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I am trying to do path mapping for my web app, what I need to do is to publish the web app as:
http://www.mysite.com/extPath but internally it will map to http://webserver/intPath.

I also want to make sure that users will only see the external path as http://www.mysite.com/extPath/* on their browser.

I used the path mapping bit to do this and it is partially working, for all Urls with slash after the path (i.e. http://www.mysite.com/extPath/***) the rule works fine.

mapping rule:

External path Internal Path
/ExtPath/* /Intpath/*

however, if I only type http://www.mysite.com/extPath in my browser, it will be redirected to http://www.mysite.com/IntPath/ , this is really not what I what, any suggestions will be much appreciated.
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RE: Path Mapping - 16.Sep.2013 6:07:03 AM   


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not sure why you would't use the same URL for both internal and external (i'm assuming that you want the same web app to appear for internal and external clients?) and just use DNS to sort out where stuff goes.

i have many sites that internal users go directly to and external users go via the ISA 2006 server, but they still use the same FQDN

e.g. the www DNS servers for a FQDN such as mywebapp.mydomain.com point to the web facing end point IP address of my ISA 2006 server but my own internal DNS servers point mywebapp.mydomain.com directly to the web server (e.g. and bypass the ISA 2006 server entirely.

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RE: Path Mapping - 11.Oct.2013 9:24:56 AM   


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Forget mapping anything.

Use SplitDNS

Create a Zone for "mysite.com" with a Host Record of "www" that has the correct Internal LAN IP associated with it.

Then use the FQDN of www.mysite.com for everything,...the users,...the Publishing Rule,...everything.

I believe that is what AGUESS was trying to say as well.


Phillip Windell

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