On Thu, Feb 24, 2000 at 07:19:40AM -0600, John Hegarty mentioned:
> Really silly question , what port does ssl connect on. Also anyone know
> why a ssl connection to a server would work while http does not. (the
> site is ok).
I believe it's 443. It could be broken if you are being required to use a
proxy, and the proxy doesn't support HTTPs, or the proxy requires a
password to allow access (in which case, the password to the proxy
overrides the HTTPs password, and you've to login as:
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