Getting IIS 7 and Glassfish 2.1 to work together

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IIS 7.0
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Windows Server 2008
Hi, I'd like to learn how to configure IIS 7 on Windows Server 2008, so that all requests for files ending in the .JSP extension, arriving at IIS 7's ip address and port, are automatically forwarded by IIS 7 to a single running instance of the Glassfish 2.1 application server, same ip address but different port, and then the output is forwarded back through IIS 7 back to the requestor. Setting this up correctly would allow me to expose only 1 ip address and port of my server to the public internet, and yet the server would support all web technologies. If anybody has figured out how to do this, I thank them in advance for their kind assistance. :) Slowly

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