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How I make secure pages in my sites ?

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  1. aitn

    aitn Member

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    How You can help me ..

    I searched every where in how I can Add security by specifying the port in accessing certing page ..

    how I can do it &


    I mean like : www.domain.com:8448/page.html

    Anybody help ?


    Please Help
     
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    [quote:4a796c8dea][i:4a796c8dea]Originally posted by aitn[/i:4a796c8dea]

    How You can help me ..

    I searched every where in how I can Add security by specifying the port in accessing certing page ..

    how I can do it &


    I mean like : www.domain.com:8448/page.html

    Anybody help ?


    Please Help
    [/quote:4a796c8dea]


    your question is very confusing... really can not understand what you are trying to say.

    Parag
     
  4. aitn

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    I want to make the page opening with a port number at the end

    what the configuration I need to add in my server logs httpd.conf

    file or other file to let a specific site run with a port number like:

    http://www.domain.net:2020/page.php ( for example ) ..


    Do you got it .. ?
     
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    idn Well-Known Member

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    I get it.

    He wants to have a portion of his site using a diff. port number, other than 80 (apache's)

    This way, he can use his files/scripts in a different area, perhaps user restricted.

    sean
     
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    Thats right ..

    so anyone can tell me how I can do it in my server ?
     
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    Juanra Well-Known Member

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    The Apache documentation:
    http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/core.html#listen

    But that's not making your pages secure.
     
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