there are a number of ways.<BR><BR>a favourite would be to set up a site for blah.com with no pages other than a default page.<BR><BR>then set up an intelligent 404 error page to redirect to the new site, using the path information provided. www.4guysfromrolla.com has a good article on this type of thing<BR><BR>j
1.Set up a frames page at this site that has only one frame and set its source as you other sites index page. <BR>2. Contact your service provider and have them set in IIS a redirect permenant to your other web site.<BR><BR>HTH<BR><BR>Sid
Try making the index file at www.blahblah.com:<BR><html><BR><hea d><BR><title>www.blahblah.com 0;/title><BR><META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=http://www.blahblah2.com"><BR></head><BR><body><BR></body><BR></html><BR>- you can also add what ever code you want to it in the body and by increasing the number in the content attribute you can add a delay before redirecting.
does that mean you have 2 domains registered<BR><BR>simple make both the domainnames point to the ip where blahblah2 is located.<BR><BR>or check on your home page of blahblah and use response.redirect<BR><BR>to check the URL R&D request.servervariables