This is a quick question, Is there any way I can see if my port 80 is in use by another program, or windows component, if so can someone point me to it?
I found the command for it, but it says that I have nothing running on port 80...
My problem is that I'm trying to run Apache web server and I got an error that said that something was running on port 80, and that apache could not connect to it, but as motioned above netstat -a says I have nothing running on port 80...any gueeses as to what it might be?
Edited by on 25-06-08 01:39
RE: Port 80
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Posted on 25-06-08 03:01
Mm.. that's wierd, it should show up in netstat -a
Try netstat -ano as it will show you the program listening on the port (if there is one)
Last week I tried the same thing, and using the above command, realised
that skype was listening on port 80. So if you have skype installed be sure
to check the connection settings for that, as it does interfere with running a
Also check your firewall settings, it may be blocking it?
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