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From htt...@karsites.net
Subject Re: [users@httpd] howto configure apache to serve requests without explicitly defining a port number in the URL
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2006 22:57:06 GMT

Sounds like you may need to use some sort of NAPT on your 
firewall.

If you want requests to come into your firewall/router on 
port 80 you will need to use NAPT to redirect the standard 
request to the non standard port. Hopefully that should do 
the trick.

Regards 

Keith Roberts
 

On Wed, 11 Jan 2006 Harish.Chakravarthy@sjsu.edu wrote:

> To: users@httpd.apache.org
> From: Harish.Chakravarthy@sjsu.edu
> Subject: [users@httpd] howto configure apache to serve requests without
>     explicitly defining a port number in the URL
> 
> 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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