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Admin port in Apache web server

mini mehta
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Does anybody know which port does Apache uses for its administration?
Madhav Lakkapragada
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ummm...not sure what you are looking for.
Hope you agree that Apache runs on port 80 as
a web server by default. Looks like this is not
what you are looking for.
could you pl. elaborate...
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mini mehta
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I know that port 80 is on which Apache listens for all the request. But I wanted to know the port no for doing administartion work, like setting the properties which are used by an Apache administrator.
Sandeep Jain
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Hello
As far as I know , There is nothing as admin port , yeah I agree the same is there in java webserver and even on jrun.
But In case of apache web server u need to make changes in the conf file .

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Tim Holloway
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There's no admin port for apache. That's why it's supposed to be an "inferior" web server - the server is controlled by text config files and you restart the server when you change them (which isn't as awful as it seems - apache comes up quick).
Of course, not having a tcp/ip port and GUI config program also has meant one less possible hacker target...


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