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From Harish.Chakravar...@sjsu.edu
Subject [users@httpd] howto configure apache to serve requests without explicitly defining a port number in the URL
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2006 22:40:57 GMT
Hi Everyone,

I would appreciate any information on configuring apache to run on a non 
standard port, however serving requests without explicitly defining the 
port number in the URL. 
Example: 
1. If I run apache on port 7894 hosting mydomain.org 
2. I should be able visit http://mydomain.org to see my site 
   (instead of http://mydomain.org:7894) 
Does this also require any coordination with firewall rules,iptables, 
etc ?. Any information is appreciated. 
Running Apache 2.0.X on Solaris 8
Cheers
-Harish 

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