Sharing port 80 with IIS

Alrighty, allow me to flood this already crowded newsgroup by asking
another question:

Apparently some companies are firewalling just about every port except
80, causing my standalone IW app not to be fired.

My question: I'm running IIS *just* to serve up the entry page, which
contains links to fire up the IW app. Could IIS be configured so that
it does listen to port 80, but only when the index page of the site is
called up, so not intercepting the port when the IW app is fired up?

I don't want to revert to the ISAPI solution...

Thx.

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Not sure about that. I suggest you ask your question over at the AtoZed  
newsgroups where it's more than just you and I.

Their NNTP server is news.atozedsoftware.com

Regards,

Lachlan
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Lachlan
8/12/2008 9:07:52 PM
Lachlan Gemmell wrote:
> Not sure about that. I suggest you ask your question over at the
> AtoZed newsgroups where it's more than just you and I.

I did. :) Forgot all about their free server.

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Dominic
8/12/2008 9:41:12 PM
Lachlan Gemmell wrote:
> Their NNTP server is news.atozedsoftware.com

Just you try it. :)

Seems to be something going around what web servers are concerned...

(www.atozed.com)


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Dominic
8/15/2008 12:12:21 PM
About 2 weeks back we had a major server outage. Fortunately it lasted just 
a bit over 24 hours...

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"Dominic Willems" <empty@emptiness.net> wrote in message 
news:3208@forums.codegear.com...
> Lachlan Gemmell wrote:
>> Their NNTP server is news.atozedsoftware.com
>
> Just you try it. :)
>
> Seems to be something going around what web servers are concerned...
>
> (www.atozed.com)
>
>
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Chad
8/28/2008 1:45:20 AM
Search on "Disable socket pooling" for IIS. There is a registry setting you 
need to set and then bind your sites to specific IP's and leave on free then 
for your IW app.

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"Programming is an art form that fights back"
"Dominic Willems" <empty@emptiness.net> wrote in message 
news:1455@forums.codegear.com...
> Alrighty, allow me to flood this already crowded newsgroup by asking
> another question:
>
> Apparently some companies are firewalling just about every port except
> 80, causing my standalone IW app not to be fired.
>
> My question: I'm running IIS *just* to serve up the entry page, which
> contains links to fire up the IW app. Could IIS be configured so that
> it does listen to port 80, but only when the index page of the site is
> called up, so not intercepting the port when the IW app is fired up?
>
> I don't want to revert to the ISAPI solution...
>
> Thx.
>
> --
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Chad
8/28/2008 1:45:50 AM
Chad Hower wrote:
> Search on "Disable socket pooling" for IIS. There is a registry
> setting you need to set and then bind your sites to specific IP's and
> leave on free then for your IW app.

If only it were that simple! Apparently that setting is ignored in IIS
6, and I had to use httpcfg.exe from the Windows Server 2003 Support
Tools in order to have IIS only listen to one specific IP.

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Dominic
8/29/2008 7:45:33 AM
> {quote:title=Dominic Willems wrote:}{quote} 
> Alrighty, allow me to flood this already crowded newsgroup by asking 
> another question: 
> 
> Apparently some companies are firewalling just about every port except 
> 80, causing my standalone IW app not to be fired. 
> 
> My question: I'm running IIS *just* to serve up the entry page, which 
> contains links to fire up the IW app. Could IIS be configured so that 
> it does listen to port 80, but only when the index page of the site is 
> called up, so not intercepting the port when the IW app is fired up? 
> 
> I don't want to revert to the ISAPI solution... 
> 
> Thx. 
> 
> -- 
Dominic, 

I am using a bit of a different set up then you are. However, I fixed my similar problem by using a reverse proxy server in front of all my web based applications. The only thing touching the outside world is my proxy server everything else is inside on an internal network address on the port of my choosing,  My reverse proxy server routs everything to where its supposed to go based apon incomming port and request  from e-mail, control consoles, and remote desk top to my general web page and customer spec
ific applications.  I run a box with a few virtual machines on it.  The virtual machines range between Linux and windows (best tool for the job within my budget kinda thing) I use "Pound" http://www.apsis.ch/pound/ which is a great little reverse proxy application which runs on Linux and is FREE. A little side bonous is that it helps protect against certian types of attacks like malformed http requests and such.
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Don
8/31/2008 8:54:12 PM
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