The default is 80, and I do want it accessible on port 80, but how is Ares configured to handle it? Only root owned processes can listen on ports <1024. During server setup did it do something I didn’t notice to run a server/service as root or plug into a service that passes off or proxy’s connections?
The web portal is an EmberJS application. The install scripts set up nginx to just run the deployed files like a static website, so there’s no proxying involved.
ETA: No proxying on the web server side, that is. Under the hood, EmberJS issues Ajax calls to the engine APi port, which would be running on a custom user port > 1024.
Okay, thanks! This here is because I need to post at least 20 characters.