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    IIS and Apache


    I have Apache running on my win2k m/c. I also have WWW service running - that means, IIS is also running. I do I find out, what port is it on?

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    Open the IIS service manager, right-click on the default web site, view the properties.
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    I guess it's possible that they coexist. But how? THanks!
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    Use different ports. The standard http port is 80, but you can configure IIS, Apache, or other web servers to listen on an alternate port number. You do have to specify the alternate port in your browser like http://localhost:8080/MyPage.html
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    The other thing you can do is put more than 1 IP address on the server and have IIS using one IP and Apache using the other.
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    ah i see. coz sometimes my php won't work well on IIS and need to try it on apache. I have to stop iis and start apache in order to test my projects. that's tiring...

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