• Please note nothing is listening on port 80 unless you actually start a server listening on that port.


    var http = require("http");
    http.createServer(function (req, res) {
      res.end("Hello World");
  • Good catch @Wilberforce. I re-checked my listen(8080) and now notice that Fiddler and the browser response are indicating '80' when I actually specified '8080' I have seen '80' as a sort of shorthand for the default http '8080' but not sure if their response now, is an indicator or if we have stumbled upon a clue here.


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