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From Lajos <lm...@galatea.com>
Subject Re: mod_jk
Date Mon, 03 Feb 2003 06:02:19 GMT
Rf -

When you use mod_jk, Apache communicates to Tomcat on (default) port 
8009. Port 8080 is for direct HTTP connections to Tomcat which, by 
default is enabled. So, the answer is yes: you can expose web 
applications to Apache via mod_jk, and access them on the Apache port, 
but also access them by point your browser directly to the Tomcat port.

Regards,

Lajos


rf wrote:
> When I use a tomcat-apache connector to redirect http
> requests to port 80 to port 8080, can I still use port
> 8080 to connect to tomcat directly bypassing apache?
> If yes, how do I not allow this? By running tomcat on
> lo's 8080? What about on Windows?
> 
> Thank you
> Rf
> 
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