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using a url instead of
(11-05-2019, 07:25 PM)kudzu Wrote: There is no easy way to mask the port, especially without side effects. If you cannot use port 80, you can set up a tunnel but the tunnel will need port 80 on some IP.

Is there a reason you cannot use port 80?

If you only want to hide it from the initial link, you can use any number of methods to perform a redirect but the port will appear after redirect.

Of course, you could just switch it run under IIS using either port 80 or 443.   Then it will not "look" like it has a port.

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RE: using a url instead of - by joelcc - 11-05-2019, 09:27 PM

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