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Old 15th September 2005, 22:00
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Default Moving Apache to another port

I have recently setup a development box configured with ISPConfig (great software btw, makes everything simple). The kicker is, the server is a locally owned development box (in my house) and my internet service provide has port 80 block (go figure).

My question is, how do I change the web servers port to something else. I know how to change it in apache. But when I do, ISPConfig does not function properly. Where in ISPConfig can I change it to the new port for apache hosted web sites.

I want to be able to view the development sites outside my network (from the internet). My ISPConfig administration is on port 88, so I was thinking of just putting the main apache on port 81 or something.

Any reference or guidance from experiences ISPConfig users?

Thanks in advance!!
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