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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] find IP and PORT in use by Apache
Date Tue, 21 Jun 2016 18:37:33 GMT
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Mahmood,

On 6/21/16 2:29 PM, Mahmood N wrote:
> How can I find which IP:PORT Apache web server is monitoring? There
> are some network commands (netstat -pat), but they show the TCP
> port in use. The machine has multiple network interfaces and the
> |Listen| section in |httpd.conf| is commented. So, one of the is
> used by default and I don't know which one is set as default.

netstat will show the interface in use as well as the port number.

> Any idea to find that? The linux is Cenos-6.1 running rocks.

The only directive that causes Apache to listen on a network interface
is "Listen".

Remember that "Include" can be used to include other configuration
files, so if you are searching only httpd.conf, you may need to look
in other files as well.

- -chris
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