> -----Original Message----- > From: Anthony Baratta [mailto:Anthony at Baratta.com] > Sent: Tuesday, September 24, 2002 2:30 PM > To: thelist at lists.evolt.org > Subject: Re: [thelist] creating a subdomain for a website (win2k) <snip /> > If you don't want it public, it's very simple. > > 1 - Setup a New Virutal Web Service in IIS and give it the > hostheader of > test.foo.org. (Of course replace test.foo.org with your new > subdomain and > domain name. > > 2 - Find your hosts table (Win2K/Nt > c:\winnt\system32\drives\etc, Win9X > c:\windows) and add the following: > > 126.96.36.199 test.foo.org > > (Of course put your public IP in and your new domain name instead.) a few questions come to mind. 1. how do i know what IP address to put in? to clarify, test.foo.org would be a different ip address than foo.org. where do i get the test.foo.org ip address? do i assign my own in IIS? test.foo.org and foo.org would be on the same box. 1a. if i *do* assign my own ip address, i should choose an open internal ip address correct? i.e. 10.0.0.153 ? 1b. you said "Of course put your public IP in and your new domain name instead." did you make a mistake when you said "public IP"? should it not be my the internal ip address i assigned it? (assuming i, in fact, do assign the ip address.) > 3 - Push up all your test content to the new virtual service. is there some schnappy way of doing this besides copying everything through Explorer? basically i'd like to make sure a mirror of the site as it is right now is created. and another thing, can two sites use the same DSN? thanks, chris.