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Does a web server use a different port transport data?

Say I have a web server process listens to Port 80. When a client visits this site, will the server pick up a new port to establish connection for data transferring, or just use Port 80? Use default ...
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Can I serve a website on any port I want to?

I am building a web-server. Can I send web documents through any port I like, or are there limitations? If so, what are they?
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Web server does not respond to outside network

I installed Apache and Phusion Passenger on a Rackspace Cloud server (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS), but for some reason I can't access it from an outside machine. From the local server I get a correct response: ...
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Enabling MS Security Essentials blocks port web server

I notice when I enable "real-time production" in MS Security Essentials that my web-service (on port 80) is blocked from outside my machine. I can still access it locally, even with my network IP. ...
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ISP Appears to Block Ports 80, 30080, 8080 etc etc

When using Canyouseeme.org it appears that my ISP is blocking every port. I am attempting to run a web server which works fine locally. I asked a previous question (here) regarding using different ...
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PID:4 using Port 80

I was trying to install Zend Server CE on my computer but when I got to the point were I need to choose the port for my Web Server it says: "Web Server Port: 80 Occupied". So I decided to check what ...
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Monitoring incoming requests on a web hosting server

I have a web hosting account with GoDaddy (its a Linux based hosting). Can I install applications like netcat to monitor all incoming requests to my website on a certain port? If not, is there any ...
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Run JBoss on all interfaces (was: “Open port 8080 on Ubuntu”)

I'm running the JBoss webserver on my ubuntu (10.10 64bit) machine and I'd like to access it from another machine. If I open localhost:8080 in the browser on my local machine it works. However, from ...