Changing the port number for device connection

To change the number of port 8080 for device connection to Kaspersky Security Center 10 Web Console:

  1. Open the httpd.conf file stored in the Apache Server work folder.

    For example, "<Disk>:\Program Files (x86)\KSC Apache 2.4\Apache2.4\conf\httpd.conf" with Notepad++

  2. Replace 8080 with the required port value in three places:
    • String 1: Listen 8080
    • String 38: <VirtualHost *:8080>
    • String 54: RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} !^8080$
  3. Restart the Apache Server service.
  4. Restart Kaspersky Security Center 10 Web Console.

    Example:

    If you need to replace 8080 with 443, the result must be as follows:

    String 1: Listen 443

    String 38: <VirtualHost *:443>

    String 54: RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} !^443$

To change the number of port 8081 for device connection to Self Service Portal:

  1. Open the httpd.conf file stored in the Apache Server work folder.

    For example, "<Disk>:\Program Files (x86)\KSC Apache 2.4\Apache2.4\conf\httpd.conf" with Notepad++

  2. Replace 8081 with the required port value in three places:
    • String 2: Listen 8081
    • String 139: <VirtualHost *:8081>
    • String 149: RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} !^8081$.
  3. Restart the Apache Server service.
  4. Restart Self Service Portal.

It is not recommended to use port 80 for connecting devices to Kaspersky Security Center 10 Web Console or to Self Service Portal because by default, port 80 is designated for HTTP protocol. HTTPS protocol is used for connecting devices to Kaspersky Security Center 10 Web Console and to Self Service Portal.

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