What specifically does not work? Yes, it is not surprising that you got the overlap message because the static statement at the bottom is one for one.
If you want to run 5 http web sites on one server, configure it with host headers. Set up the dns records for each domain name to resolve to the ip address (x.x.x.38). HTTP 1.1 aware browsers (darn near everything) will send the domain name in the http get request, and the web server will read it, and serve up the appropriate content based on that domain name.
You cannot do this with https sites - each https site will need its own ip address.
I tend to think your might have an IIS problem, not a Cisco one.
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