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Hello, I'm running 3 pieces of software that I access using a browser and port number as follows.

mydomain:8080
mydomain:9090
mydomain:7070

Now the problem I'm having is that my work blocks all ports except 80 so does anyone have any ideas how I can configure my mac to run all 3 applications on port 80 maybe using virtual hosts to separate? I'm just not sure if this is how virtual hosts work. Also, I don't really care if mac uses different ports as long as the responses back go out over port 80 so I can access from work. Let me know if I'm not clear on anything and I'll elaborate. Thanks. Mike.
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