Apache cannot use Port 80?

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Apache cannot use Port 80?

Postby xampp2day » 09. February 2009 00:41

1. I am working with a WAN with 2 laptops and 1 desktop.
2. I installed Xampp on both laptops.
3. One laptop says Apache cannot use Port 80 so its "service" is disabled, reconfigure?
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Re: Apache cannot use Port 80?

Postby Izzy » 09. February 2009 01:29

Stop all XAMPP components and then run xampp-portcheck.exe and make sure all ports are free.
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Re: Apache cannot use Port 80?

Postby xampp2day » 09. February 2009 01:42

All free. Are ports dynamic?
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Re: Apache cannot use Port 80?

Postby Izzy » 09. February 2009 02:15

xampp2day wrote:All free. Are ports dynamic?
Then XAMPP can use those ports that it requires.

Explain what you mean by are ports dynamic?
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Re: Apache cannot use Port 80?

Postby xampp2day » 09. February 2009 03:27

I'm trying to differentiate "ports" vs "static" & "dynamic" IP addresses.
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Re: Apache cannot use Port 80?

Postby Izzy » 09. February 2009 03:42

xampp2day wrote:I'm trying to differentiate "ports" vs "static" & "dynamic" IP addresses.
There is nothing to compare (vs).

An IP address, whether static or dynamic is a an octet of triple numbers where a port is an assigned or unassigned doorway or portal or port at an IP address and is never dynamic, it is a fixed number.
http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers
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