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From David Blomstrom <>
Subject [users@httpd] What ports can I substitute for 8080?
Date Thu, 04 Aug 2005 15:13:46 GMT
I'm trying out a content management system called
Plone, which uses a server called Zope. I understand
that I can replace Zope with Apache if I set Apache up
as a "proxy server." I haven't figured out how to do
that yet, but I've been told that I can also run
Apache and Zope at the same time if I assign Plone a
different port number.

When I open the Plone Controller, Plone HTTP is set at
80, Zope Management HTTP at 8080. The Manual says I
could change Plone to 9090 or 9687 (I think; or
something similar). But neither one works. I get a
"The connection was refused" error.

If I change Plone to 8080, it connects me to
http://localhost:8080/...which displays a Zope quick
start page.

So I guess what I need to know is what other port
numbers can I experiment with? I've hardly ever played
with them before. I believe my Apache server is set up
at 8080.

Again, I THINK what I want to do is find a server
number that will allow Plone to function until I
figure out how to turn Apache into a proxy server.


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