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Old 11th July 2007, 12:25
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Default Can ISPConfig listen on http & https?

Hi All

I have my ISPConfig working beautifully on https port 81. However I have 1 site that I work at that has a pretty crappy proxy server and it doesn't seem to like a SSL connection on any other port other than the standard 443.

I don't want to listen on 443 as this will interfere with the system apache installation, so is there a way I can configure to listen for http and https connections together (say http on 81 and https on 82)? I see a lot of posts about switching between them but none on using both.

I like using https as my password is protected from sniffers - it would just be nice to be able to use http occassionally in circumstances like this.

Thanks in advance.
Steve
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