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I am building my website with login function.However,in order to enhance the data transmission security,I want the data to be encrypted throughout the transmisison with HTTPS.However,my apache server is listening to the port other than 80.And when I type https://mywebsite.com:8080,it failed!Would you guys tell me the reason?
Thanks for your reply,david_ross.I have inspected the port 443 of SSL,it is opening.On the other hand,I have opened my router's port 443 for linux server.However,everything is the same after I have made these modification....
Do you want to run a secure system and run it on port 8080? From the netstat above you can see that the secure server is running on 443 you will need to change it to 8080 if you want it to listen on that port.
Excuse me,david_ross,how to change my server's port and listen to 443?Basically,I mean my ISP has blocked port 80.As a consequence,I have to change my web server's port to 8080.Most importantly,I have to make it more secure so I would like to use HTTPS protocol.Do you know what I mean?