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I have lots of blocked ports from my isp an d I was wonder if i can use apache on other porst. if i can, how? pls......
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    WHAT PORTS CAN I USE WITH APACHE


    I have lots of blocked ports from my isp an d I was wonder if i can use apache on other porst. if i can, how? pls...

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    changing default port number

    Hi,

    Apache 2.0
    RHEL 4

    Find the line "Listen 80" in httpd.conf. This says that apache should listen to port number 80 for requests. Change this number to any other port no. greater than 1024. But the user should specify the port number each time he/she visits a page on this server (eg: http://mysite.com:1234).

    For more info, open the link "http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/mod/core.html#listen" and check the section "<VirtualHost> Directive"

    Regards,
    Amar.

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