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From "Joshua Slive" <jos...@slive.ca>
Subject RE: Does Listening on port 80 mess things up?
Date Wed, 13 Feb 2002 20:08:14 GMT

> From: Darrel Austin [mailto:daustin@visi.com]

> Let me rephrase the question.
>
> I originally had apache set to listen to port 8015 when I was using that
> port. It worked fine.
>
> Recently, we gave that box its own IP address, so we routed
> traffic normally
> (on port 80).
>
> I didn't delete the listen command...I simply changed it to 'Listen 80',
> thinking it would work.
>
> However, leaving that line in the config file disabled the server. If I
> removed it completely, it worked fine.
>
> My question was, why is that?

My best guess is that something else changed inbetween the non-working and
working server that you didn't realize.  I have never heard of any problems
with the "Listen 80" configuration.

Joshua.


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