How to use Supported Ports Https?

How to use Supported Ports Https?

I need use the supported port without https://host:port

what do I need to do?

Unless it’s not the default 443 port (or the 80 one for HTTP) there is no way to remove that unless you move it to those ports. They are defined this way in the specification.

You can use a Worker to change the port if you can’t do it on the backend (usually easier).

So, I already put it for routers to work on the alternative port that cloudflare supports 2053.
However, I can only access it if I specify the port in the domain.

I don’t want to remove 443, I just want to use another port instead of 443 … Like for example port 2053.


I have discussed similar scenario with a friend some weeks ago, at that time we found this:

He was OK with the port in the domain, so Mark advice of reverse proxy was not followed.
Nevertheless if you want to try it:


I am not sure what you are trying to achieve then…

Do you want your website to be on a port different than 443 while it being 443 on the backend?
Do you want your website to be on port 443 while being on a different port on the backend?
Do you want two websites on ports 443 and 2015 pointing to different backends?

PS: sorry for the late reply, but I never got the notification. You should hit the reply button on the specific post or mention the user.

@Rui I go to test this!

@matteo Hello!!! The internet company where the server is located does not allow connection on port 443.
Thus, the only alternative is to access it through another port and, thus, cloudflare supports some alternative ports, such as port 2053.

With that, I would like to know which Cloudflare alternative to automatically access through port 2053 instead of 443.

As I said above, if the website currently works using only port 2015 (and works while passing through Cloudflare), there are no alternatives apart from doing some sort of proxy in between. That can be a server somewhere or a Worker within Cloudflare’s infrastructure.

There is an app in Cloudflare’s App Store called Portzilla (there should be another I believe, but I am not sure the name) which should be the solution to your problem.

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Ok @matteo I will check and test all the possibilities here recommended …
Thank you!

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