Req Websocket and HTTP on same port
#1
Is there any reason Kodi requires two different ports for HTTP and for websockets? Most other services i use run both on the same port?

Having two different ports really just makes portforwarding and reverse proxying much more complicated to configure.
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#2
You can change the port in Kodi's web server settings in the Services section.
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#3
(2017-07-02, 13:30)Klojum Wrote: You can change the port in Kodi's web server settings in the Services section.

And how would that help with the issue?
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#4
This is a valid request, Websocket is designed to run on the same port as HTTP/S.

On a technical level the websocket implementation in Kodi shares a lot with telnet, including the port.
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#5
Good to know that is going to be taking care of
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