Problem with lamp server nodejs port?

Posted August 6, 2017 1.5k views
ApacheNode.jsUbuntu 16.04

Thank you for giving me information on what to do when I can not connect to the 3000 port when installing the lamp server buttons.

I apologize to my english poorly :(

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Sorry to see that your question hasn’t received an answer yet. Unfortunately, after this much time, it is unlikely we’ll solve your specific issue. For people still landing here via search, check out these tutorials on configuring Apache as a reverse proxy. The example app used is written in Python, but the same principle applies to Node applications:

by Mateusz Papiernik
In this tutorial, you will set up Apache as a reverse proxy using the `mod_proxy` extension to redirect incoming connections to underlying application server(s) running on the same network. There are instructions on setting up a simple web app using the Flask framework to show how Apache interacts with the real application hidden behind it, but you can also follow this tutorial using your existing application server, if you have one.