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streaming uses port 80
Authored by: thefinite on Feb 15, '02 02:19:31PM

Two things:

1-I think you can tell it to use, or not to use, port 80 in the admin web pages that you use to administer it. Find it at by clicking on Port Settings on the left.

2-Try stopping the streaming server and see if that works. I have it installed now and stopped and I get my normal web page at port 80. The button for this is on the top left of the admin web pages.

Hope that this helps.

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streaming uses port 80
Authored by: indi on Jul 15, '02 01:21:15PM

As thefinite sais.. you can turn stop QTSS from using port 80 in the admin area -


OR you can turn QTSS off all together from there.

If you want to run QTSS with port 80 tunelling and keep Apache acessible then you can change Apache to use another port other than 80 eg. 8080. You can do this by editing the Port setting in the httpd.conf file. You will find this file in /etc/httpd/. If you do this you will need to hit your web server as follows -


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streaming uses port 80
Authored by: tsaar on Jul 06, '03 05:19:46AM

Okay, I could do that.

But what I'd really like to do is to have Apache use 80 and have the streaming server use 8080. Can one somehow tweak Streaming server to use another port than 80?

THX, Maarten

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