[buug] two urls one ip...with ssl
John de la Garza
john at jjdev.com
Thu Sep 2 20:48:38 PDT 2004
actually they are know as well known ports for those services
I don't know what you experience is with this, so forgive me if I over
When you put http in a browser it defaults to port 80
https goes to 443
if you run a website and want the user to put the domain name alone as
you must run your http external listening things on port 80
and https on 443
I didn't mean to say management requires it...
Everyone expects it it is default behavior. I have not decided this.
On Sep 2, 2004, at 8:41 PM, Brian Dessent wrote:
> John de la Garza wrote:
>> they have to be port 80 and 443...that is pretty much a given for a
>> commerical web site
>> http on 80
>> https on 443
> There's no technical reason you can't do http and https on any port you
> want, it's hardly a requirement. However, it does ease compatibility
> and is most likely to be able to travel through firewalls. So I think
> what you meant to say is that "management has the requirement that..."
> and not that it is a hard rule defined anywhere.
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