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Hi, I have a website running on SSL on port 443. I can connect to it from outside and everythg is working fine. But if I run netstat -A inet ...
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    netstat -A inet -lnp does not show port 443


    Hi,

    I have a website running on SSL on port 443. I can connect to it from outside and everythg is working fine.
    But if I run
    netstat -A inet -lnp
    I do not see a process listening on port 443. I have a server listening on port 80 and i can see this:
    tcp 0 0 192.168.0.102:80 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 921/httpd

    how come i do not see a similar line for port 443? is there somethg i'm missing here?
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    ok...now i can see port 443 in my netstat output.
    i just hashed out the part where my httpd.conf file calls ssl.conf and put
    Listen localhost:443 and the virtualhost part in my httpd.conf file itself.
    now netstat shows me port 443...
    my ssl.conf file does have a listen which binds to port 443, i dunno why it did not show up earlier though.
    Fixing Unix is better than working with Windows.
    http://nikhilk.homedns.org/projects/index.html

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