IIS 7 and Above
URL Rewrite Module
URL Rewrite redirect to the port 80 not port 8080 on Internal web ser...
Re: URL Rewrite redirect to the port 80 not port 8080 on Internal web...
Jul 18, 2017 04:56 AM|KaneW|LINK
Thanks! I followed the example shown from the provided web page, it works. Just curious, if not using ARR, just URL Rewrite, what is the difference and what will be the expected result.
In general, using the ARR involve two NICs on proxy server, one for public internet, and one for internal. The ARR will route the traffic from public to internal LAN. If using URL Rewrite only, the IIS server with URL Rewrite and the destination web server
must be on the same subnet.
this is the only difference that I think of, is that correct?