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From ncool007 <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] non default ports
Date Sat, 07 Dec 2002 19:45:30 GMT
do other registars allow you to do that?  because register doesn't.  if 
someone like network solutions does i'd be happy to switch for however much 
it costs.  and thanks tim for the suggestion.

At 11:41 AM 12/7/2002 -0600, you wrote:
>At 11:01 AM 12/7/2002, you wrote:
>>i looked through the archives and found a few fragmented posts on port 
>>redirection etc but i was wondering if someone could list all the known 
>>ways to get around running an http server on a different port than 
>>80.  basically my isp blocks port 80, probably because of code red 
>>scares, so I run an http server on port 1101.  is there any way I can 
>>have someone type in and have it automatically forward 
>>to and for the user to never see it?  I own two 
>>true domains with, I don't have my own in house dns 
>>server.  Apache 2.0.43.  It's running on a small home network with a 
>>linksys router, no cisco stuff here.  thanks.
>Log on to and go to your management page.  Go to "Change IP"
>make your domain say point to
>Make sure you have apache listening on port 1101 for your 
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