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Offline seucalo

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Problem with ip and port
« on: August 30, 2014, 11:22:05 AM »
Hi, i have a dedicated server. I run 2 hfs in the same server, but in differents accounts.
I'm using port 80 for a hfs and port 8080 for the other. For the port 80 i use a subdomain and other subdomain for port 8080.
I wanna know if exists a way for in the second subdomain doesnt use, i dont wanna put the port to the end.
Plz if u know how to do, say me.

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Re: Problem with ip and port
« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2014, 06:34:40 PM »
CAn't.. its how "web" adress works... see topic:


If the server machine accepts connections on a port from the outside world, and if a firewall is not protecting the port, you can connect to the port from anywhere on the Internet and use the service. Note that there is nothing that forces, for example, a Web server to be on port 80. If you were to set up your own machine and load Web server software on it, you could put the Web server on port 918, or any other unused port, if you wanted to. Then, if your machine were known as, someone on the Internet could connect to your server with the URL The ":918" explicitly specifies the port number, and would have to be included for someone to reach your server. When no port is specified, the browser simply assumes that the server is using the well-known port 80.
I'm only trying to help i mean no offense.
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Re: Problem with ip and port
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2014, 03:56:28 PM »
there's no easy solution.
The only thing that comes to mind is to have a third server, an Apache configured as reverse proxy. It requires some work anyway.

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Re: Problem with ip and port
« Reply #3 on: January 17, 2015, 11:36:17 PM »
i belive my man. that in confusion of all else. that the potentional is forgotten. and one day it will be reveald. when people stop wanking for drones.