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SSL labs scan on non default ports

Question asked by Bart Kock on Apr 4, 2019
Latest reply on Apr 9, 2019 by Asif Karel

How Can I scan a non default port with ssllabs?

I'm trying to scan for port 8800 but for some reason this fails.

when I try to use
www.mydomain.com:8800 I get the message
"Port 8800 is not supported"
Then I found on the forum tu use the api

but this url
https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v3/analyze?host=www.mydomain.com&port=8800&hideResults=on 
shows me the same message

{
  "errors": [
    {
      "field": "port",
      "message": "Port 8800 is not supported"
    }
  ]
}

is there some way I can scan a site on port 8800?
the issue is, the site isn't mine, so I cannot host it on the default port 443.

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