Great, thanks for the response Jim.  Would there possibly be a way around this
using mod_rewrite?


> Michael Champagne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Ok, this is semi-related to PHP.  I think it may mainly be our Apache
> > configuration.  We have our listener listening on 9999.
> >
> > This URL works:
> > This URL does not:
> >
> > Is there anyway to get the bottom one to work?
> not without the source to internet explorer. it is a shortcoming of
> their url parsing (it mistakes the latter format for scheme:host
> instead of host:port).
> jim

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