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Can I change SDM port from 443?

Posted on 2007-11-14
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Folks,

I have a few 1841 Cisco's running SDM and wondered if it is possible to change the default access port for SDM on https connections from the default of 443 to another such as 4433?  I have a requirement to use 443 for webmail to a backend server and would like to retain https access to SDM but on alternative port.

Any suggestions welcome!

Thanks
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Yes you can.

config t
ip http secure server
ip http secure-port 4433
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Always something simple.  :o)

Thanks Jim.

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