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Can I set up port forwarding to emulate not just a port but another IP address?

I am running a proprietary Windows application which functions like a server. You install the program, and then it broadcasts itself over port 13083. The program is web-based, so it's accessed ...
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Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' after changing TCP/IP Port

When I change the TCP/IP Port the MySQL Server will listen on port=3306 to port=3808 in my.ini, my Django project works very well. Navicat also can login in to mysql with same user name and password. ...
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XAMPP(Apache) not serving [closed]

I am a PHP newbie and wanted to setup a local host, so I installed Apache and MySQL using XAMPP. The first time it didn't work, I googled my problem and the reason was that Skype was also using port ...
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proxypass apache over nonstandard port - how can it be that the 192.168.*:9999 works from the computer itself but not another computer on the network?

httpd.conf vhost looks like this: <VirtualHost *:9999> ServerAdmin admin@example.com ServerName www.example.com ServerAlias example.com # Indexes + Directory Root. ...
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3answers
699 views

XAMPP apache localhost - browsers point to the wrong port even after I changed Listen port back to 80

Running Windows 7. Got a weird problem - I used to use port 8080 for my apache on XAMPP as somehow I couldn't get it to work on 80. I did that by changing the Listen port of ...
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FTP hangs on: 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection

I am setting up an FTP server on my Windows 2008 server (R2). Everything appears to be installed correctly but I am having trouble using an FTP Client to login to my FTP server. I can remote desktop ...
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Port 8080 not visible while doing netstat?

While trying to run Tomcat on my Windows 2003 OS, I am noticing that the server is not running but at the same time it is not throwing any exceptions on the console. My first hunch was that the server ...
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1answer
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Why don't ports resolve correctly for localhost and {my server name}?

I set up VisualSVN Server, and SQL Server on my local machine. VisualSVN was set up to use https://dell/svn/ as the repository root. I was connecting to SQL Server using "localhost". At some point I ...
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1answer
638 views

View a localhost:port address over LAN

I'm working on a Sinatra app so I have a Mongrel instance running at localhost:4567 on my main machine, a Macbook Pro. How can I view the app over my LAN, preferably from an iPhone? If I enable web ...
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1answer
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Accessing Localhost Port Over a Local Network

Both localhost and 192.168.0.199 both resolve to the same page in my web browser (they both redirect to localhost/xampp/ and 192.168.0.199/xampp/ respectively). But when I try not to access my web ...
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localhost files are not showing up on port 80

I browse to localhost/ and nothing is shown. No web page, no 'page not found' etc. However, I change httpd.conf to use port 8080, then browse to localhost:8080/ and my local pages show up. Why would ...