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Question: How do I tell Foxhound to use an HTTP port other than 80?

Answer: You can edit one or more of the following Windows command files to specify a different HTTP port:






By default, these command file are installed in this location on Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\RisingRoad\Foxhound1
and in this location on Vista:
Look for a line inside each command file that says this:
-xs http(port=80;maxsize=0;to=600;kto=600)^
and change the 80 to something else, like 12345:
-xs http(port=12345;maxsize=0;to=600;kto=600)^
Then, look for a line that says this:
and if you find it (all five command files have it except for $start_foxhound1_engine.bat) change it like this:

See also...
What HTTP port should I use for Foxhound?
IANA port number assignments
Can't start HTTP listener on address
Could not bind to address ...
Database server shutdown due to startup error

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