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 Post subject: Port number for HTTPS protocol
 Post Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2007 2:40 pm 
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My textbook on A+ Software by Jean Andrews, published by Course Technology, states that the port number for HTTPS is 80 -- the same as for HTTP. I belive the port number for HTTPS is 443. I just wanted to verify that with the experts. :?


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As you surmise the port for HTTPS is 443. What was Jean's response when you contacted her about it? Scott.


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Sounds to me like you're using the wrong book. I'd rather use the expert's book.


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I've found several errors in her books. Since I am not full time faculty nor the coordinator for the A+ courses, I don't get to pick the textbook.
And I don't have contact with the author.

I do my best to sell th expert's book :D !

Vince


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I've found several errors in her books. Since I am not full time faculty nor the coordinator for the A+ courses, I don't get to pick the textbook.
And I don't have contact with the author.


While no book is completely error-free, I have always made myself available to my readers via email (and this forum). I have received many comments and questions over the last 20+ years my books and videos have been published, and have used this valuable feedback to continually improve and de-bug them.

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I do my best to sell th expert's book !


I surely do appreciate that, thanks! Scott.


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