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How to disable https binding on port 443?

Discussion in 'Apache' started by redss, Dec 30, 2008.

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    How do I prevent apache from binding to port 443? HTTPS support is not needed so only want apache to bind to port 80

    My /etc/apache/httpd.conf has port 80, but no mention of 443 anywhere, yet netstat reveals it binding to port 443

    I have apache 1.3.29.0.2-5 on Debian Linux (knoppix)
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    redss, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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  2. SSANZ

    SSANZ Peon

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    Can i ask, why do you not require https?

    individual config or mod_ssl needs to be removed from config afaik.
     
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    I don't require https because this is just a server I play around with at my house.

    How do I remove mod_ssl? I tried commenting out mod_ssl in modules.conf, then stopping and restarting httpd, but it still binds to 443.

    How can I change the port from 443 to a different port?
     
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    Can i ask why your so worried about ssl?
     
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    redss Peon

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    I need to use port 443 for ssh logins.
     
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    How do I change the https port to a different port other than 443?
     
    redss, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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    Look in your configuration lines for a "Listen 443" line, remove it and you should be good.
     
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    But there is no 443 anywhere in my httpd.conf - or in any other file in /etc/apache. Where else can I look for it?
     
    redss, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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    If not then look into /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf if you're running Apache2

    If not then run the following in /etc/httpd

    grep '443' `find /etc/httpd`
     
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    found it in a conf.d file. Thanks!
     
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    sportsprognoz Greenhorn

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    It's driving me nuts for a long time for my project <a href="https://www.sportsprognoz.com" >sportsprognoz</a> .
    I've already disabled .httaccess and turned off ssl support it still redirects me to https.
     
    sportsprognoz, Mar 27, 2014 IP