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How can Apache localhost coexists with ASP localhost?

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Hi.

I'm having a dilemma on how i will be able to access my Apache Localhost (which was installed through using PHPTriad) 'coz when i typed "http://localhost", the ASP offline server is the one that responds and requires password and username. My client is using the offline version of their site (in ASP) but my codes are in PHP 'coz i wasnt the one who made the website and they didnt inform me ahead of time that there's the offline thing.

How will this be in a configured in such a way that they won't clash at each other? thank you so much.

~Shiloh
May 17 '07 #1
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Banfa
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Make them listen to different ports

In the Apache httpd.conf file is a Listen directive something like

Listen 80

If you change that to another value (make sure it is one used for another protocol) say 8080 then you will be able to access your ASP off-line server as

http://localhost/

and the Apache server as

http://localhost:8080/
May 17 '07 #2

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Hi. thank you so much for the advice... we'll try this out. :-)
May 18 '07 #3

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