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    Default Web access port

    Is it possible to change the port for the web access?

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    it sure is!
    try:
    zmprov ms server.domain.tld zimbraMailPort 81

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk View Post
    it sure is!
    try:
    zmprov ms server.domain.tld zimbraMailPort 81
    well..that did change the port and I can access my mail server at the ip 192.168.1.102:81 but I can't access from the outside with my dyndns domain....and my router's port is open..
    I need to know how I can have the ports redirected to the files (html files) couse my port 80 is also not listening to anything

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    If port 80 isn't binded, you would probably need to install apache, by doing something like the following:

    apt-get install apache2
    yum install httpd

    etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tux.Ice View Post
    If port 80 isn't binded, you would probably need to install apache, by doing something like the following:

    apt-get install apache2
    yum install httpd

    etc.
    well...the apache is installed and I have the index.html file in /var/www
    I think that it should work but the strange thing is that if I go to system->Administration->Network tools and I do a scan to the ports on that server the port 80 is closed (By the way I have ubuntu)

    The port 81 is open but I can only access it inside the network...and my NAT on my router is redirecting both 80 and 81 to that server. I'm confused. at the moment I would be already happy if I could access the /var/www/index.html from the outside...

    any help?

    thanks

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    Are you sure that you have actually started apache?

    This should show you all processes that are listening on port 80:
    Code:
    lsof -i :80
    Since you are talking about dyndns I am going to assume this is on a residential connection. Some residential ISP's block ports like 25 (needed to deliver/receive email) and port 80...

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