OpenLiteSpeed change default port 8088 to 80

by Daniel Pham
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OpenLiteSpeed change default port 8088 to 80. By default, OpenLiteSpeed ​​will run public port 8088. So how do we change it to run port 80 like other web servers?

This article I will guide you who are new to OpenLiteSpeed ​​web server to do that.

OpenLiteSpeed ​​change default port 8088 to 80

OpenLiteSpeed ​​uses Listeners to listen on different service ports. This allows you to run different web applications with different ports.

By default, OpenLiteSpeed ​​will create the first Listener named Default and it will run on port 8088. This is OpenLiteSpeed’s default public website.

Now, we will configure OpenLiteSpeed change port 8088 to normal port 80.

On the left menu, click to select Listeners. Here, you will see that there is a Listener named Default and you see it being set to run at port 8088.

Now, click the View button.

Click View button of Listener Default
Click View button of Listener Default.

In the next window, click the Edit button in the upper right corner.

click the Edit button to able to change default port 8088 to 80
Click the Edit button to able to change default port 8088 to 80.

In the Port section, change 8088 to 80 and click the Save button.

OpenLiteSpeed change default port 8088 to 80

Finally, click Graceful Restart button to apply changes.

OpenLiteSpeed change default port 8088 to 80

Choose Go to confirm restart service of OpenLiteSpeed server.

OpenLiteSpeed change default port 8088 to 80

Now, you can open the browser and access the web server’s public website. In the example, I will type url is http://192.168.200.3 instead of http://192.168.200.3:8088.

Conclusion

Okey, your OpenLiteSpeed change port from 8088 to 80 successfully. Changing the port for OpenLiteSpeed ​​is not too difficult, but for those who are just starting to use this web server, it may still be new. Hope this article will help you use it more easily.

(This is an article from my old blog that has been inactive for a long time, I don’t want to throw it away so I will keep it and hope it helps someone).

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