I have Apache Server running on port 80 of my machine and IIS Server running on port 8080.
Because Apache cannot server requests for **.asp** pages, I need a way to get Apache to redirect **_any_** requests for **.asp** pages to IIS on port 8080. **This must be done in a simple way, prefereable by inserting an entry into the Apache [url removed, login to view] file.
My Apache Server uses virtual hosts so this fix will be a Server wide fix for Apache to deal with request for all the websites I have on my Server.
If Apache receives a request for example [[url removed, login to view]] is received by Apache on port 80, it should redirect that request to IIS on port 8080 to process.
In the same way if Apache receives a request for example [[url removed, login to view]] is received by Apache on port 80, it should redirect that request to IIS on port 8080 to process.
There should be a way do the redirect without having the 8080 show in the url i.e www. [url removed, login to view]
As I cannot ask you for the solution to test it on my end, it will help if you can setup a way to tst this on your end so I can see it works. Please feel free to ask any questions.
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