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What is port 80 vs. 1024 for websites, etc.
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Here is a Comprehensive listing of Ports, as posted by Iana

PORT NUMBERS
http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers

Do you have questions about how they are used? or something regarding a specific Port?
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Port 80 is the standard www port for http, port 1024 is a non standard port but performs the same functions. So in short they are identical other than the fact that 1024 is reserved and is a non standard port for websites
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