localhost:81open http://localhost:81 ➚
"localhost:81" is a web address that refers to a specific port number (81) on your local computer (localhost).
Port 81 is a commonly used port for web servers to listen for incoming connections. Some web applications or servers may use this port for various purposes, such as testing, development, or running a separate instance of a web server.
Here are some examples of apps that may use port 81:
Apache Tomcat: This is a Java-based web application server that can use port 81 for HTTP traffic.
Nginx: This is a web server and reverse proxy that can use port 81 for HTTP traffic.
XAMPP: This is a popular development environment for creating web applications, which includes Apache web server and other tools. XAMPP can use port 81 by default for HTTP traffic.
It's important to note that the specific app using port 81 on your computer may vary depending on your individual configuration. To determine which app is using port 81, you can use a port scanner tool or run the command "netstat -ano" on Windows or "lsof -i :81" on macOS or Linux to view a list of active connections and the corresponding process IDs.
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