cpanel port 2082 conflicts with infowave in XP

GuruG

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My machine has just been upgraded to XP [corporate] and now port 2082 is in conflict with Infowave Mobility Server, which seems to have claimed ownership of the port.
How do I clear this software app. from the port so I can use cPanel again?

There are loads of sites reporting the conflict, but how to overcome it?
2082/tcp: CPanel 's default port - CONFLICT with registered use: Infowave Mobility Server
2095/tcp CPanel's default port for webmail connections

http://www.infowave.com/

GuruG
 

markfrompf

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First of all, the software maker is stupid for making it use an extremely common port, 2082.

Second of all, I'm afraid you'll have to un-install the app until the fix it.

:-/
 

GuruG

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thanks Mark, I'll try and talk my corporate IT team into uninstalling it, problem is we can't find the app infowave anywhere on my PC...
 

DaveUsedToWorkHere

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My machine has just been upgraded to XP [corporate] and now port 2082 is in conflict with Infowave Mobility Server, which seems to have claimed ownership of the port.
How do I clear this software app. from the port so I can use cPanel again?

There are loads of sites reporting the conflict, but how to overcome it?
2082/tcp: CPanel 's default port - CONFLICT with registered use: Infowave Mobility Server
2095/tcp CPanel's default port for webmail connections

http://www.infowave.com/

GuruG
Some programs allow you to set the connection port in preferences. A simple way to get around this is to use port 2083 and https:// for a secure connection to your cPanel interface. Using a secure connection prevents logins and passwords from being transferred plain text which vastly improves your security. I don't ever recommend using the insecure ports unless you have to.