Old 22nd June 2006, 12:37
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Default simpel HTTPS question

Hy all,

After reading the following thread:

I was wondering if I could just let ispconfig with https support listen on port 80 instead of 81?
I would only have to change one character in the config file!
Or am I than screwing up the whole ispconfig system as it has 2 appache kernels running?

Reason to do this is that most firewalls(including at my office) blocks port 81.

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Old 22nd June 2006, 13:21
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Sure, https on port 80 is no problem really.
The only problem is that you will bind port 80 on one ip number that you otherwise could have used for hosting customers.

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Old 22nd June 2006, 18:35
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Default got it

This would than mean than I can not host websites on the same port.
Oke, this is not what i was hoping for but true.

Thanks for youre reply.

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