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Can DDMI use a port other than port 80?

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I know the documentation implies 'No', but just wondering if anyone has made it work or thinks it is possible?

Thanks,

Trent.
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Steven R Lee
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Re: Can DDMI use a port other than port 80?

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I have not heard anyone be successful at doing this. It's best to keep DDM I server within the specs that are laid out for top performance.

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Steven R Lee
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Re: Can DDMI use a port other than port 80?

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I have not heard anyone be successful at doing this. It's best to keep DDM I server within the specs that are laid out for top performance.

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Matthew Darwin Absent Member.
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Re: Can DDMI use a port other than port 80?

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DDMI Web UI runs on https port 443. There is a redirect on port 80 to 443 so it works in case you forget the S in https.

In DDMI 7.5x and below port 80 is only used for saving off-site scan files back to the server.
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Re: Can DDMI use a port other than port 80?

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OK Thanks guys. If anyone does it be sure to post!
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