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How can i change port :8080 to 80?

 
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My JForum application this accessible only port :8080


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as a start:

http://tomcat.apache.org/faq/connectors.html
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Anonymous wrote:as a start:

http://tomcat.apache.org/faq/connectors.html




This alternative�s dont solution my problem.
I have another software running in my webapp at port 80.
But JForum is accessible only "http://server:8080/jforum"


*Excuse for my bad english
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pcolares wrote:

Anonymous wrote:as a start:

http://tomcat.apache.org/faq/connectors.html



This alternative�s dont solution my problem.
I have another software running in my webapp at port 80.
But JForum is accessible only "http://server:8080/jforum"

*Excuse for my bad english



So what port would you like JForum to be available on? You could use 81, 82, etc. ... you aren't limited to just port 80 or 8080. If 80 is already taken, you can't use it ... so you will have to decide which other port to use.

What is using port 80? I'm guessing it might be some type of web server.
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GatorBait3 wrote:

pcolares wrote:

Anonymous wrote:as a start:

http://tomcat.apache.org/faq/connectors.html



This alternative�s dont solution my problem.
I have another software running in my webapp at port 80.
But JForum is accessible only "http://server:8080/jforum"

*Excuse for my bad english



So what port would you like JForum to be available on? You could use 81, 82, etc. ... you aren't limited to just port 80 or 8080. If 80 is already taken, you can't use it ... so you will have to decide which other port to use.

What is using port 80? I'm guessing it might be some type of web server.



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ok,
In my server the port 8080 is use only for toncat administration.
I need access jforum by address http://server/jforum and not http://server:8080/jforum. My tomcat execute other softwares normality.

*Excuse for my bad english
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You can set up a "workers.properties" file for tomcat & Apache ....

---------------start of sample----------
# workers.properties minimal file
#
# This file provides minimal jk configuration properties needed to
# connect to Tomcat.
#
# The workers that jk should create and work with
#
worker.list=ajp13w,status

#
# Defining a worker named ajp13w and of type ajp13
# Note that the name and the type do not have to match.
#
worker.ajp13w.type=ajp13
worker.ajp13w.host=localhost
worker.ajp13w.port=8009

# worker "ajp13w" may use up to 10 sockets, which will stay no more than 10mn in cache
worker.ajp13w.cachesize=10
worker.ajp13w.cache_timeout=600
# worker "ajp13w" asks operating system to send KEEP-ALIVE signal on the connection
# (Not needed since no firewall is in the way -GT)
#worker.worker2.socket_keepalive=1

# worker "ajp13w" wants ajp13 connection to be dropped after 5mn (recycle)
worker.ajp13w.recycle_timeout=300

# Status worker for managing load balancer
worker.status.type=status
---------------end of sample----------

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Try changing the "forum.link" settings in: WEB-INF/config/SystemGlobals.properties

Are you using a "plain vanilla" tomcat install? The admin app you have installed on 8080 seems strange if it's not allowing other apps to run there.

or maybe that's not what you are saying, and you just want to get rid of the 8080 in the address?

in that case, you'll need to tell us whether you're using tomcat in standalone mode (running it's own webserver) or whether it's having a separate webserver serve up http.

I'm using mod_rewrite on my webserver to proxy reverse to tomcat running in standalone (so it's acting as a separate webserver); and, the 8080 is absent on the url as I expect, that is until I log in as Admin.

I don't know how you would configure tomcat's internal coyote webserver to mask/hide the 8080 in that case.


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