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Jetty and IIS on same server, different IPs

I have Windows Server 2012 R2, fresh install and I am running there IIS for .NET applications, now for many different reasons I want to run Jetty on a same server. IIS is setup to listen only on (for ...
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39 views

Website hosted on IIS is not accessbile

I have two sites set up in IIS on a remote machine RM; one on regular port 80, and the other on port 5773. From my local machine LM, I can access the site on 80, but I cannot access the one on 5773; ...
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259 views

How to change default listening port on webbserver IIS 7?

How do you change the default port to which the webbserver IIS 7 is listening for incoming traffic to whatever portnumber? e.g. I have web application named "mywebapplication" published on SSL port ...
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51 views

IIS way to control remote port openings

After my browser connects to a server page, a numerous backwards connections from server to browser are opened. Assuming I am the admin, is there any way to control the remote ports range from server ...
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93 views

Is port 8080 safe for IIS Management Service [closed]

Following Configuring Remote Administration and Feature Delegation in IIS 7, I configured the IIS Management Service to use port 8080 instead of the default 8172. Is this safe? Could there be ...
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1answer
96 views

Is opening port 80 for basic websites ok?

I have set up IIS 7.5 with some web applications, that are meant for internal use as well as for some of our customers. The information inside them is important to some extent, but not like credit ...
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1answer
50 views

Apache tomcat proxy configuration

I am running IIS on port 80, I configured Apache on port 8080, while I am accessing my Apache server, I can't access without typing the port, such as: http://mywebsite.co.in:8080/main But i ...
2
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611 views

Is it more secure to close port 80 to IIS?

Our software runs on 443 (https) on IIS and our network administrator insist on closing port 80 on the firewall. Port 80 would be used to redirect to 443. The problem is that the users now need to ...
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121 views

Linux Port 80 to redirect to a Windows box

I have 2 servers here at work. One is a Windows 2008 Server R2 (for safety's sake, lets use 192.168.1.100) and the other is a Fedora 14 (192.168.1.101). Currently when you hit our subdomain, ...
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Alternative to Port 80 for http

In Windows Server 2008 we can host multiple websites under a single IP by relying on Host headers. My problem is I have only one IP address and I want to dedicate it to a single application like ...
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2k views

IIS + Tomcat on the same machine

I have installed Tomcat7 in a PRD machine that has Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise and is already running IIS 7.5 with some .NET sites bound on port 80. I need to deploy an e-commerce web ...
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567 views

IIS accessing site without port

I have deployed our company intranet website to IIS 7 server added the following binding info. IP Address: All Unassigned port: 3333 domain name: subdomain_name.domain_name.com Although the site ...
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166 views

IIS host header non 80 port [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my server I have deployed our company intranet website to IIS 7 server added the following binding info IP ...
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326 views

Open Ports: Apache vs. IIS

I just had an interesting meeting with security guys and the main point of this meeting I wanted to have some backup on is: Apache is secure, because it only needs port 80 and 443 (for http and https ...
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1answer
79 views

Port used for ASP.NET application

I am setting up a Windows Server 2008 R2 on a VPS. I have ASP.NET 4.0 apps running on IIS (Push notification services for Windows phone 7). My question is, what port should I use for the app ...
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164 views

Using IIS 7 for accessing site more easily on network

I have a site hosted in IIS which I am able to access on the local machine using the IP address and port number eg http://114.12.34.23:86/ . What I would like instead is to access this using ...
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1answer
519 views

IIS Doesn't work outside local network

I have set up a website on IIS 7.0. Does anyone know why I would not be able to access the site outside of my local network? I have pointed a .com address to my ip address and it works fine on the ...
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1answer
393 views

where is information about virtual directories stored?

Server hosted somewhere on internet just broke down, so guys from IT support decided to install Linux temporarily so we can access file system in order to do backup. We have there some web services ...
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TCP port > 1023 or TCP port > 1024 for inbound passive ftp traffic?

From Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Inbound Rules window shows the following setting: By right-clicking the selected row above and choose Properties, we have The Properties window says ...
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What port does IIS 7 use to connect to another IIS server?

I'm trying to connect to another IIS server and I know the windows firewall is turned on on both servers. I'd like to be able to create an allow rule, but what port does IIS 7 use to connect to ...
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669 views

Several web applications on a single port

We're developing an online browser-based game. The game itself is a plugin in the web page, that uses TCP connection to a game server, and also sends http requests to "content server" web application. ...
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1answer
794 views

Cisco 800 series won't forward port

I am trying to forward port 444 from my cisco router to my Web Server (192.168.0.2). As far as I can tell, my port forwarding is configured correctly, yet no traffic will pass through on port 444. ...
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2answers
682 views

How do I run Apache & IIS 7 on the same IP address (different ports)?

I have a Windows Server 2008 machine which is running Apache at the moment for a public facing PHP site (port 80). IIS is stopped. I now need to start running IIS on the same IP address as Apache, ...
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2answers
70 views

connecting to internal webserver on specific port

We have the BT broadband forwarding on to an internal machine with an IIS web server running. Thats fine, it goes to the sharepoint app, so the outside world can see this app. Thing is we need ...
2
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2answers
164 views

Can I run a web site from my home network without jeapordizing other computers on my LAN? [closed]

I have a home LAN with 5 computers and a NAS, all connected to a Linksys router which is connected to my Cox cable modem. I'm interested in having one of my computers run an IIS-based web site and to ...
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1answer
389 views

Multiple ports for multiple subdirectories within the same website in IIS

I have a IIS-based website, that needs to have the following redirection enabled: Root directory accessible through :403 only - which is not a big deal. But whenever a user enters the site using the ...
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2k views

IIS 7: using IP address and port for different sites

I have an IIS7 set up. So far I do not have a domain name for it however we have an IP address. I want to have just two environments on this server, one for staging and one for production. Staging - ...
2
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2answers
6k views

How to change listening port on webbserver IIS 7 (globally)?

Is it possible to change the portnumber to which IIS 7 is listening for incoming questions, if I have Apache and want it to listen to port 80 and IIS 7 to 8080? And this setting should be serverwide ...
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ISapi Rewrite to allow Apache & IIS to run together

Ok I have IIS running on port 80, and apache currently running on port 19049. Now the external ports are open to allow traffic over 80 but i want to be able to access the apache pages externally ...