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JRun / IIS 6.0 integration on distributed environment

 
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Hi ,

I am trying to integrate application server JRun 3.1 which resides on intranet with IIS 6.0 residing on DMZ server (outside the network).Already I have a configuration like this on a different location, so basically I am just replicating the configuration, but somehow not getting it done.

The issue is when I hit the IIS server(on dmz) say , www.iisserver.com(accessing outside the network) , it redirects(rewrites) to the 'URL' itself to JRun application server(say, www.jrunserver.com), instead it should get only the response from the jrun server and show it on the browser with the same url as entered earlier(dmz iis).

Below are the steps I followed(jrun and iis installed on both the servers):
1. Installed JRun connectors in IIS scripts folder on DMZ server(generating connectors from Jrun admin console on application server).
2. On app server , in Jrun admin console, changed 'listening address' and 'listening port' to DMZ server's ip and 54887(port) under 'external web server' of default jrun server.
3. restarted jrun and iis on both the servers.

now, When i hit the url of dmz server, i get redirected to app server, not sure what is wrong!!!

Need help urgently...
 
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