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From Andy Cutright <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: Getting apache to respond to just an IP - instead of having to add :81 on the end!
Date Thu, 22 May 2003 23:50:53 GMT
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yeah, this is the correct answer. why are you running on port 81? <br>
Benjamin Krueger wrote:<br>
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[030522 15:56]:
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    <pre wrap="">Well, the subject pretty much says it all - I have
apache bound to port 81, however users can't just type
in my ip address - is there any way I can tell apache
to just automatically do that?  I want to be able to
have it just point to the ip, and not have everyone
have to type :81 at the end.

Thanks for the support - replies can be sent to
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for direct approach!
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Apache has nothing to do with this. If it is running on 81,
the user needs to type in :81. How is the browser supposed
to know to send requests to port 81 otherwise?

The browser default is port 80 because port 80 is the
defined standard. Apache can't force a browser to change
a defined standard and use another port by default.


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