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My site is written in asp.net using C#/MVC 4.5, and is hosted on Windows Server 2008, IIS7. #

It has the following route https://mysite.com/c/v. When the user types in https://www.myothersite/c/v, I want it to redirect/route to https://mysite.com/c/v, however, I want the route in the client's browser to display https://www.myothersite/c/v.

We obviously own both domain names, and, we own the web server that hosts www.mysite.com, and define the bind to www.myothersite will be on the same web server. Is this possible?

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Are you sure you want to do this? It sounds like you'll potentially be creating duplicate content issues: webmasters.stackexchange.com/tags/duplicate-content/info – nathangiesbrecht May 6 '13 at 18:25
@nathangiesbrecht - I guess that's exactly what I am trying to avoid; the current site is not properly layered and it may be easier to keep this little 1-2 page site under our main site, rather than creating a separate site and quite possibly have to duplicate code. – gangelo May 6 '13 at 18:40
I may have misunderstood your question. You want /c/v to be available on myothersite but NOT on mysite.com? Or do you want it to be accessible on both? – nathangiesbrecht May 6 '13 at 18:52
@nathangiesbrecht - it doesn't matter if you can access it from either url, but when I go to myothersite.com/c/v, the url must remain myothersite.com/c/v but obviously hit the mysite.com/c/v site code. – gangelo May 7 '13 at 12:51

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