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Old July 1st, 2005, 07:30 AM
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how to run iis and apache same machine

i am having win 2000 prof , now iis working perfectly
but i have to install apache same machine pls how to instal and run in same machine

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Old July 3rd, 2005, 05:57 PM
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Download the apache windows binary installer from http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi and install. Once installed the apache sever will run automaticllay in tray. It should definately give errors that port 80 is already occupied.

This is because IIS is utilizing port 80. To overcome this problem shut down iis before installation of apache or leave it like it is. However, you have to decide whether you want to use port 80 for iis or apache.

To change apache's default port goto httpd.conf in conf directory of installtion. Open it with editor and change
listen 80 -> listen 8080 (or whatever port you wish)
servername -> localhost:8080

Save and restart apache services.

To change iis port goto iis management console. Select web service, properties and then change default 80 to 8080 (or whatever you wish).

Restart IIS.

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thanks for this post. i got mine working for winxp.

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More revised how to on this

Ran across this page via Google, have a more current solution to this.

http www skonet com/Articles_Archive/How_to_Run_IIS_and_Apache_on_the_Same_Machine.aspx

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Sir,
I have a windows 2003 server and in that server runs a web application locally.. can i install apache there? If i change apache'e default port to 8080 how i run my php web application? please guide...

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you can do that by simply configure IIS and Apache to use different interfaces (i.e., IP addresses) with: one web-server binding on the Public IP address, and the other web-server binding on 127.0.0.1 (local host). Depending on your situation and needs, you can also assign the LAN IP to either IIS or Apache

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