|Subject:||Re: Cannot dislplay web sites on non standard http port 80|
|Posted by:||Kristofer Gafvert (kgafve…@NEWSilopia.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 16 Jul 2007|
To run IIS on a non-standard port:
- Open IIS Manager
- Right click the website and click Properties
- Change the field "TCP Port" to the port you want to use
- Make whatever changes needed in the firewall or other device that could
stop the request from going to the webserver.
- Access the website using the port number.
I just did these steps on a Windows XP machine and it worked fine to
access the website on port 8060. If it does not work for you, please type
this in a command prompt:
Is something listening on port 8060? If so, look up the PID in task
manager to verify that IIS is listening on this port.
http://www.gafvert.info/iis/ - IIS Related Info
>i've a web site running on windows xp prof. with iis 6.0 . works fine on
>standard port 80 but if change it to e.g. 8060 the site comes up with "IE
>cannot display the webpage". (starting with: http://localhost/app:8060)
>can anyone tell me the right way ...
Cannot dislplay web sites on non standard http port 80 posted by mally2412 on Mon, 16 Jul 2007