Port is a generic term that can refer to port number (software related term), and computer hardware port. Here, questions referencing this tag refer to port numbers.

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what port do use for vpn?

At the moment I'm running an OpenVPN server on a non standard port. Unfortunately this make some roadwarriors unable to connect because of traffic limitations depending on where they are. Sometimes ...
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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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My Ruby on Rails application only works if the address contains the port

I have a Ruby on Rails application that works ok on my notebook ( http://localhost:3000/ ) I uploaded it on my hosting server, created with CPanel X an application, the URL is ...
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Anti-virus and network ports?

I think that anti-virus would be able to determine the virus even before it gets into the OS (Windows/Linux) by filtering at the network interface port itself. Right? But, how do viruses escape that ...
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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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SELinux remove or leave the old SSH port label?

I am following this (basic) security guide to change my Server's SSH port to something else. It says: $ semanage port -a -t ssh_port_t -p tcp 2345 #Change me ...which would add a new label on top ...
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Can I run two server applications on port 80?

I am currently running nginx on port 80, with the configured server names as example.com and www.example.com. I also have a Flask application that I would like to have accessible through port 80, but ...
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apache port number [closed]

For each development sites I want to have a unique port number. For instance, domain.com:1234 This is what I have in my httpd.conf file. After restart the page domain.com:1234 is not showing in the ...
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Can I change the port for SSH on a hosted server?

I am changing over to a hosted server and I want to use non-standard ports for SSH. Is this possible? Wouldn't I have to have access to the router, in order to forward ports?
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How to configure jetty to listen to multiple ports?

I just want to configure jetty to listen to more than one port. I don't want multiple instances nor multiple webapps, just one jetty, one webapp, but listening to 2 or more ports. The default way ...
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socat connect-connect “proxy” two inbound TCP connections to expose a firewalled service?

I'm struggling a bit trying to see how to use socat (or a similar TCP port redirector) to expose a firewalled service on a PC. Here's the scenario: I have a server PC which will be acting as a ...
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Other processes take over port 80 when restarting Apache - why, and how to solve?

I have a CentOS 5.5 server running Apache on port 80 as well as some other applications. All works fine until I for some reason need to restart the httpd process. Doing so returns: sudo ...
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Cannot start listening on a certain TCP port, but there's nothing currently listening on it

I have Windows Service that uses a WCF service host to listen for connections on TCP port 61000. When I try to start the service, I get the error: Service cannot be started. ...
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iptables question for port forwarding

I have a web server running on my server on port 7000. I want it to be accessible on port 80. I've read that this could be easily done with iptables port forwarding. What would the correct command ...
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Multiple SSL Certs 1 IP Port Redirection

So I have been trying to figure out how to setup multiple ssl sites using only 1 ip. The issue that I am seeing is when you have multiple vhosts using ssl the first site that has ssl is the one that ...
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The best software for users internet usage

We are a small business using a Vigor 2820 as the internet router, and we'd like to install a software that could report any internet usage from our users. I already tried the "official" software ...
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How to forcibly disconnect a application listening on a port

I have an app that doesn't properly stop listening on a port. How do I force it to stop so I can open the application again/use that port again?
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Unable to remove a port from default VLAN

I am unable to remove a port from my default VLAN. I've tried: Switch(config)#interface FastEthernet 0/1 Switch(config-if)#no switchport access vlan 1 It has no errors but when I check it using: ...
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How to specify the SSL port with command line curl?

I'm trying to test the SSL connection on one of my servers. The server is behind a LB so it's listening for SSL connections on the port 8090. I have use the --resolve option to test when talking to ...
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Apache2 - Hosting two sites on the same domain with different ports

I am hosting a staging site (test.mydomain.com) which currently work well on port 80 for two sites (test.mydomain.com and test.FRmydomain.com) I am working on a new backend and I would like to deploy ...
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SSL over non-standard port?

I have two different sites in one server: a.com and b.com. If I use named virtualhost on ssl port, IE won't work. So, I decided to use port 444 for SSL for b.com. However, it seems all browsers ...
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Configuring virtual hosts to use both names and port numbers

On my local machine I have several named virtual hosts set up in apache, all on port 80. NameVirtualHost *:80 <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "/site1" ServerName http://site1.local ...
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Rewrite URL Domain Name when IP address used

My apache home server listens for HTTP requests on an alternate port (port 8080), but I would like to let users type my domain name (example.com) without having to specify the port. So far I've ...
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Port Routing between different domains

i have a apache server located on a.com:9254 I would like to route a.y.com:80 to a.com:9254. So, I can put all my services under y.com domain. I tried proxy. However, In apache, it looks all ...
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Cannot connect to SQL Server and Wireshark don't listen anything

I'm trying to connect to a SQL Server from outside the LAN, so I opened port 1433 (default SQL Server port) in the firewall. On the server side I'm listening with Wireshark and I can listen ping ...
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Forward port on same machine?

I'm trying to forward an existing port for an application which can only listen on one port. The problem is the program and the firewall is on the same computer (Windows Server 2008 R2). For ...
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Mysql Server Windows XP Firewall ports

We have a Windows Server 2003 machine with MySQL installed, and a Windows XP client machine. On the client machine we have a C++ application. Windows firewall is active on both machines. We opened ...
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Using SELinux to force Linux to allow programs to bind to port numbers lower than 1024

Is there a way in SELinux to force linux to allow a program to be able to bind to a port number lower than 1024.
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Can i plug SFP Transceiver into SFP+ port?

I`m talking about DELL PowerConnect 6248 here. For Module 1 bay you can buy PowerConnect 6xxx SFP+ Module supports up to two SFPs (no SFPs included) Can i plug into these those Transceivers that are ...
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TCP: Address already in use exception - possible causes for client port? NO PORT EXHAUSTION

stupid problem. I get those from a client connecting to a server. Sadly, the setup is complicated making debugging complex - and we run out of options. The environment: *Client/Server system, both ...
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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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Can SSTP, an IIS 7.5 website, and RD Gateway all serve off of port 443 using 2008R2?

Is it possible to use a single port for SSTP and an IIS website, or will I be required to set up separate ports? I've got Server 2008 R2, and I tried doing it but now I can't get IIS to serve anything ...
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can't access my supermicro IPMI remote console

This is my first post, this site it's great, and i hope you can help me with my problem. I have a supermicro MB X8STI-F and I can access the remote interface browse the server status and everything, ...
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GlassFish change port of web-service

I am new to Java and Linux. I have a JSP site and a java web service deployed on a GlassFish server (working OK). I need to change the port of both the application and web-service. I have changed ...
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How to see log of apps taking specific port over period of time on Windows?

How can I see for specific time period, which app had bound some specific port in Windows? I am auto-starting my app with windows and I am bounding port 1200 as UDP packet receiver, but sometimes my ...
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Can't establish connection on port 80 for yum

Hi guys I have a very strange issue happening on one of my boxes. If someone can advise what I can check please let me know. Thanks. Here's the layout. Box 1 & Box 2 <> Firewall <> ...
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Apache keeps adding 8080 port by itself while I'm telling it to use 80 only

Here's my httpd.conf. Inside it, I have the following in place #Listen 12.34.56.78:80 #Listen 127.0.0.1:8887 Listen 127.0.0.1:80 #Listen 127.0.0.1:8080 Listen 192.168.1.4:80 and I have a .htaccess ...
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Can't reach my alternative SMTP port

I can't seem to reach my open SMTP ports. I opened 587 and 2525, and it shows they're listening: tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:587 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN tcp 0 0 ...
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Non-HTTP traffic on port 80 across Cisco load balancer

Is it possible to configure port 80 on a Cisco load balancer as being general TCP, rather than specifically HTTP, in order to support more protocols on that port? I am attempting to get Websockets ...
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Allowing a specific IP Address through a blocked port in Windows Server 2008 R2 Firewall

I have created an Inbound rule to block port number 1433 however I need to allow my static ip address to access this as I use SQL Management Studio to connect to databases on the server. I have ...
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Restrict User Access to Certain Ports

This question is purely hypothetical. Is it possible to restrict which ports certain users may use for their processes? Say users1 gets ports 8000-8999 and user2 gets ports 9000-9999. I am running ...
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Deploy multiple applications in Cherokee and distinguish them by port?

I am having an issue on deploying applications with Cherokee web server. The thing is I need to host various Django applications in the same machine and distinguish each one by ports (i.e. app1 in ...
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Many (thousands) SNPP connections

Novell Linux server used for Novell Access Gateway. When I run netstat -a I get thousands of CLOSE_WAIT state connections from localhost:xxxx to localhost:snpp. 1st question how can I trace the ...
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How to enable Jetty to support cometd/reverse ajax while let it listen to port 80?

I would like to use cometd / reverse ajax capability of Jetty 7. I tried to configure it so it listen to port 80, instead of 8080. However, according to ...
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A way to run more than one webserver on one virtual server

I know the following is impossible, but there should be a workaround. As I'm now having problems with my very-clickable application, (visits) (page views) (hits) (data) (~100 000 php page ...
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Changing port 80 to 8080 in Apache

I'm trying to change the port used by a website from 80 to 8080. Here is my /etc/apache2/ports.conf: NameVirtualHost *:80 NameVirtualHost *:8080 Listen 80 Listen 8080 Here is my VirtualHost file: ...
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telnet: connect to address ::1: Connection refused

when I run '(sleep 1; echo flush_all; sleep 1; echo quit; ) | telnet localhost 11211' I get Trying ::1... telnet: connect to address ::1: Connection refused Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to ...
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What are some ports that are essentially “never” used (super rare port ranges) [closed]

I want to set my port forwarding routes far far away from the normal ports which my computer uses. I asked this question on Google and nothing like it came up, so, here I am. (this is a subjective ...
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IP tables - changes not persisting

I've tried to open port 8605 on my server (used for socket connections) using: iptables -I INPUT 2 -s 0/0 -p tcp --dport 8605 -j ACCEPT However the change is not persisting, the port closes itself ...
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Securing phpmyadmin: non-standard port + https

Trying to secure phpmyadmin, we already did the following: Cookie Auth login firewall off tcp port 3306. running on non-standard port Now we would like to implement https... but how could it work ...