running IIS and xampp concurrently:HOW TO PORT?

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running IIS and xampp concurrently:HOW TO PORT?

Postby highjo » 10. April 2008 20:38

hi!
I'm using xampp on windows xp sp2 and then comes an issue where i need to install IIS too on the same OS.
When IIS is installed and i start my apache through the xampp control panel it stops by itself.I did some changes in c:\program files\xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf on the lines "Listen" and "ServerName".Change it to
Listen 800 and ServerName localhost:800.

Did some changes in c:\program files\xampp\apache\conf\extra\httpd-ssl.conf on the lines "Listen" and "ServerName"
Listen 4499 and ServerName localhost:4499.here don't really know if i should change <VirtualHost _default_:443> to <VirtualHost _default_:4499>.

Did some changes in c:\program files\xampp\apache\conf\extra\httpd-xampp.conf on the lines "AuthRemoteServer" and "AuthRemotePort"
AuthRemoteServer localhost:800 and AuthRemotePort 800.

Though i'm done with it but when i click on admin button from the xampp panel it opens the iis localstart.asp and i need to add ":800" to the localhost manually before i open the xampp admin or welcome page.Even when apache is started it's still writting Apache started [port 80].How to solve it?

Again i need to change the port number for SMTP, POP3(i mean the mercury stuff) and the filezilla too and really don't know how to go about it.
Will really appreciate if someone post answers
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Postby highjo » 13. April 2008 19:20

It seems that nobody has not answers to my post.Can anyone a least tell me if it is possible to make xampp control panel apache button open address other than the default one ie localhost:80?Thank you very much! :?
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Postby ridgewood » 13. April 2008 19:38

page 3... Installing XAMPP on port other than 80 and 443 ...
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Postby highjo » 14. April 2008 16:50

Don't really understand.What you are saying is exactly what i did and wrote in the first post.Unless i did it wrong!
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