Configuring Alternate Access Mapping in SharePoint 2010

Written By: Edwin Sarmiento -- 3/17/2011 -- join -- read the tip


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3/18/2011 2:22:16 AM
By: Manu

Hi Edwin,

I understand that we create a new DNS entry and also put the same DNS name in Intranet zone in AAM in SharePoint. But when a user types this DNS name in browser internally the hit would reach DNS server, but how is that request routed to IIS of SharePoint front end? How does that mapping occur? Only when it reaches the IIS can SharePoint display site content.

4/9/2011 10:58:42 PM
By: Guangming

Hi Edwin,

I noticed that the ip in your text is different from the one in your screenshot: a minor though.


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