specifying web site on port other than 80 - 12-22-2003 , 09:34 AM
I am testing a server and for some reason it keeps telling me that I have
something running on port 80. I can't find what it is that is running on
port 80, as I don't have IIS running. I use windows xp pro. So, how do you
specify a web site if you need to use port 8000. Is it:
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Re: specifying web site on port other than 80 - 12-23-2003 , 05:13 PM
contained on the server.
On the server side you have to alter the config. My experience only lies
with Apache where you would alter the httpd.conf file to reflect another
port for the server to listen on.
Search the configs for IIS it should be as straight-forward as....wait it's
MS so it might not be errrrrr good luck.
Oh yeah make sure any routers (port-forwarding etc) reflect the new port #.