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The HTTP specification says so in section 3.2.2: If the port is empty or not given, port 80 is assumed. This is something that has been a part of HTTP since it was invented by Tim Berners-Lee. He chose the default port and allowed URLs to omit :80 to let it be the default. This was done presumably to make URLs cleaner. HTTPS has a similar default ...


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Yes, HTTP usually revers to port 80. You can configure your application/webserver to redirect these requests to Port 443/HTTPS.


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When browsing to my external IP using 4g (by phone), I am entering the router configuration page. When doing the exact same over wifi (by laptop), I enter the site, as intended. It sounds like you have enabled the router config page to be accessed both internally and externally. External access to the config is a very bad idea and is most likely on the ...


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