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Hi all,

 

installed the latest version of pbxnsip on a mac mini, OS 10.5.6, and after completing, started Safari and typed in 'http://localhost' . Instead of getting the log-in window I get a welcome page of the apache webserver. Does this mean that there are two app's running the address 'localhost'? And if so, does this mean I some how have to turned off the apache webserver? All suggestions welcome.

 

regards,

 

harry

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Hi all,

 

installed the latest version of pbxnsip on a mac mini, OS 10.5.6, and after completing, started Safari and typed in 'http://localhost' . Instead of getting the log-in window I get a welcome page of the apache webserver. Does this mean that there are two app's running the address 'localhost'? And if so, does this mean I some how have to turned off the apache webserver? All suggestions welcome.

 

regards,

 

harry

 

Since you have apache webserver running on the default port (which is 80), you can run the PBX on any other port (let's say 90). You can do so by changing the 'ip_http_port' under 'pbx.xml'. You can find this file under the pbx working directory (default is /usr/Applications/pbx). After you change this you will have to restart the PBX. See http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Installing_on_MAC_OS for details

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Since you have apache webserver running on the default port (which is 80), you can run the PBX on any other port (let's say 90). You can do so by changing the 'ip_http_port' under 'pbx.xml'. You can find this file under the pbx working directory (default is /usr/Applications/pbx). After you change this you will have to restart the PBX. See http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Installing_on_MAC_OS for details

Thanks. Got in. Now the big task of configurering.

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