website can not be started another website may be using the same port

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windows server 2008
when I start website, using server manager,

website can not be started another website may be using the same port
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rgb192Asked:
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TheTechManCommented:
Click start then run this:  "netstat -ano"

If it scrolls to fast, you can use this : "netstat -ano | more"

Look in the column listed as PID for the Process ID using port 80, then open Task Manager and match it to the PID listed in the Processes tab.  If you don't see a PID column in Task Manager, click View --> Select Columns, then check in PID (Process Identifier) and click OK.  You should then see the PID column, and you can find the number listed above to see what is in conflict.  Once that's done, determine if that program should run on port 80 or if it can be moved to another port (commonly used ports are 8080, 1080, others at your discretion).
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rgb192Author Commented:
is this an 'application pools' question

i have 3 websites
could i use port80, 81,82

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binary_1001010Commented:
each ip address can only bind to a single port( 80) for example.  you can change your ip address or port under the binding in IIS.

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rgb192Author Commented:
thanks
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