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Postby dwparks » 29. May 2011 20:19

Can you get apache to run on a port other than 80 or 433. Installed XMAPP on win 7 64.
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Re: port 80

Postby Altrea » 29. May 2011 22:01

Apache don't uses Port 433 by default, but 443 for SSL/HTTPS.
And yes, you can configure all ports of the single components.
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Re: port 80

Postby dwparks » 29. May 2011 22:23

How do you configure ports other than 80 and 433?

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Re: port 80

Postby Altrea » 29. May 2011 22:29

maybe with changes in the configuration files?
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Re: port 80

Postby Altrea » 26. June 2011 17:11

Port 80 is the default port for the HTTP protocol.
So everytime you request an url in your browser without giving any port, your request will be send to this default port.
In the most cases, port 80 isn't blocked by firewalls which makes it very easy to use.
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