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  • What’s an easy way to have both Apache and IIS listen to Port 80 on Windows Server 2003?

    Is there a good way to have Apache and IIS both listen to Port 80 on Windows Server 2003? I need to do this cleanly as possible. Ideally, I would use packet headers to decide which server should handle the requests. But if anyone knows an easier way, please let me know!

    ITKE346,080 pointsBadges:
  • Where can I get a list of commonly used port such as port 80?

    Where can I get a list of commonly used port such as port 80?

    Pacsanalyist5 pointsBadges:
  • Limit Port 80 Time_Wait from my computer to router

    How can I limit the number of requests my computer makes to my router to port 80. At idle, when looking at the connection page of my router I see a hundred or so port 80 Time_Wait from my computer address (say 192.168.1.145) to my routers address (say 192.168.1.1).This has just started probably...

    Caji5 pointsBadges:
  • Redirecting Apache web server to Exchange 2007

    I currently have a webserver running wamp apache that is connected to the outside world that uses both port 80 and 443 for ssl. I also have a Exchange server 2007 server on a seperate box and need to know how to access owa from the web and smartphones, I have changed the port to 90 for...

    Jonnyp13815 pointsBadges:
  • Two devices on one port?

    We have two devices on a small network that both need to have port 80 public facing. We only have one public iP. What can I do to make this work?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • How can I secure a Windows XP workstation that is open to port 80 and hosting a website using IIS

    How can I secure a Windows XP workstation that is open to port 80 and hosting a website using IIS? The box is on the DMZ of our firewall for the time being. We will probably move it inside the firewall and open port 80 to it shortly.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Changing port number for server

    how cac ichange the defalut port no.=80 from server?

    Mia5 pointsBadges:
  • Port Forwarding with Cisco 3560

    Hi Friends, I have a small requirement. please see my configuration. i have an L3 switch (Cisco 3560) series and now i am forwarding all the traffic from my network to Firewall from L3 switch through this default route " ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.11.12.2" where 10.11.12.1 is my L3 switch...

    ManDark5 pointsBadges:
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