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Old 04-26-2004, 10:05 PM   #1
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I am new to linux and I am running Fedora Core 1, Apache 2 with Names as DNS. Is there any way of redirecting my domain to a non-standard port after it has been resolved by the domain server (i.e. resolved to
However, I want all www requests to go to port 8080 or All other requests such as https, e-mail, ftp and dns, I would want them to go to their standard ports.
This is mainly because port 80 is blocked but all others are open. Other web and mail forwarding services I use are not very reliable. Can this possibly be done with DNS, apache httpd.cnf, a script or something?
Could someone send me in the right direction.

Thank you in advance,


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