IIS 5 & IIS 6
IIS wont stop listening on port 80
Last post Oct 11, 2011 02:19 PM by HCamper
Oct 11, 2011 01:57 PM|scottPaananen|LINK
I am using II6.0
I am upgrading my webite to use PHP, so i am using WAMP (Window Apache, mysql and PHP). I have installed the WAMP server fine, and bound it ot a different port. I am able to access the site without any problems on the new port.
My IIS has Sharepoint and our website in it. Both are on port 80, but the website is bound to a different IP. I want to stop the site in IIS and have Apache run as the server for that IP and port. I've stopped the site, within IIS, and then bound apache
to that IP and port. Then restarted both services.
When i try to get to the new site, it seems as thou that IIS is still listening to the port, i am getting a "Bad Request" error. Any idea why IIS wont stop listening to this port? Have i I done something wrong?
I've also tried to get IIS to use php, the guides i found online failed. Ethier option would be fine, getting IIS to use PHP, or getting my apache server to use the port instead of IIS.
Oct 11, 2011 02:19 PM|HCamper|LINK
I suggest you read Steve's Blog post for "Apache"
Then for IIS Server to use PHP read the IIS Net library guide
and in addition read the IIS Net Guides for FastCGI Recycle Settings.
For the Share Point Search ( Google or Bing) for adding the sp-server-name and IP Address to the hosts files.
It does get complex and messy having WAMP IIS Server and Sharepoint plus PHP.
Feel free to post IIS Server log errors or ask questions.