Re: how to find a good port?

From: Dancer <>
Date: Sat, 25 Apr 1998 00:10:12 +1000

Well, gosh. You have rather a lot to choose from. You can start from
1024, and go up to 65535, or thereabouts. Some people like 8080. Any
port will do, so long as there isn't any other software using it.

Pick your birthday. Or your lucky number * 1000, or anything.


Cristian Diaconu wrote:
> Help!,
> I can't find the http_port for my machine.
> The default 3128 won't work 'cause it is an address already in use.
> Can anyone tell me how can I find a good port (i.e. not in use) so I can
> make my squid work?
> Thx lots!

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