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Web and Web Port Redirection

Can I still run my own website if my ISP is blocking port 80?

Yes, you can enable web port redirection (HTTP Relay) to run your own website, even if your ISP is blocking Port 80 to your computer. The feature allows you to provide outside access to your web server through an alternate port (other than the default Port 80 for websites) to allow your visitors access to your website

See How to enable web port redirection for more details.

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