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I have just installed Apache 2.0 and WebSphere v5.0 (without IBM HTTP server, but the plugin for Apache is installed).

After start Apache and WebSphere, I try the following URL in browser:

http://localhost:9080/snoop

and it's ok. But port 80 won't work:

   http://localhost:80/snoop      or     http://localhost:80/servlet/snoop

Is there any configuration I need to do ?  or should I change WebSphere to listen to 80 port?
Thank you!

Michael
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