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From Γιώργος Κατωποδης <yiorgoskatopo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Changing apache default port 80 creates problem
Date Sun, 16 Jan 2011 23:09:40 GMT
That is right. The expected behaviour from the browsers is to look (from
default) at port 80.
I finally solved the problem by changing *nginx* configuration to listen to
port 81 and apache stayed on port 80.
Everything worked well after that.

Thank you all for your replies!!!

YK

2011/1/10 John Doe <jdmls@yahoo.com>

> From: Γιώργος Κατωποδης <yiorgoskatopodis@gmail.com>
> >I run ubuntu 10.04.1 on a virtual linode server. When i change the default
> port
>
> >80 to 8081 or 81 (because another application needs to run on the port 80
> >-nginx-) and then browse my domain name, i must write in the browser
> window
> >xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8081 (or 81) in order to go in my site. When i just write
> the ip
> >
> >address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx the browser responds with a broken link comment.
> >Is it something i can do about it???
>
> It is expected behavior...  Port 80 is the default http port.
> If you do not specify a port in your URL, your browser will assume it is 80
> and
> so will point to your nginx.
> If nginx is in front and proxy to apache, you have a problem with your
> nginx
> configuration...
> If not, it is normal behavior (but you still have a problem with your nginx
> configuration).
>
> JD
>
>
>
>
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