I'm currently interested in playing with node, so I want to build a small app for my company. We have an apache web server that handles our current web applications. My question is, how can I also host a node application on this same server, without having to make users of the app enter a port number? IE:
My main server ip is: 123.456.789
myapp.com/ -> goes to main server (port 80) mynodeapp.com/ -> goes to main server (but the app is running on port 3000)
How do I get mynodeapp.com to go to that main server but know to use port 3000 (without having my users enter the port in the url)?
I'm assuming I have to let the traffic come in on port 80 as it would, and let apache redirect? Thanks, I'm no server admin, and I know just enough to get me in trouble :)