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SharePoint subdomain URL to webapplication

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I have tried severl things to get this to work.  I have found a lot of good information but nothing about my particular situation. 

I have a run of the mill html page running in IIS off port 80 (for this example using url as http://www.thesite.com).  I have host(a) www setup.  I have SharePoint installed and two web applications .. one running off port 50009 and one running off of port 50010 (lets say internal names of http://internalsite1:50009 and http://internalsite2:50010) .  I am trying to subdomain the sites so I can access them over the internet as http://internalsite1.thesite.com and http://internalsite2.thesite.com).  I followed several instructions on how I could do this but never had any luck, most example assume you have a sharepoint site running off of 80 already.

The most promising solution I found was to create a new host(a) for the subdomain on the dns, and the AAM the full URL to Internet zone in SharePoint for the web app.  When I do this however and then try and access the site it just brings me to the top level http://www.thesite.com even though the url will r

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