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Access phpmyadmin (which is on a non-standard port) from my office network

On my webserver I have set up phpmyadmin to operate over port 8084 for security reasons. So to access it I would normally visit http://mywebsite.com:8084 In my office, it seems like this port is ...
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Securing phpmyadmin: non-standard port + https

Trying to secure phpmyadmin, we already did the following: Cookie Auth login firewall off tcp port 3306. running on non-standard port Now we would like to implement https... but how could it work ...
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Apache 2 and phpmyadmin on VirtualHost on custom port: you don't have permissions to access /phpmyadmin on this server

I googled a lot but I did not find a guide to set up phpmyadmin on a virtualHost on a custom port. Apache 2.4, this is my httpd-vhosts.conf Listen 0.0.0.0:66 <VirtualHost *:66> Alias ...
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How to open port 555 on Linux / Debian

I want that phpmyadmin to work at mysite.com:555 (555 port) # phpMyAdmin default Apache configuration <VirtualHost *:555> Alias /phpmyadmin /usr/share/phpmyadmin <Directory ...
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4answers
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Running PHPmyAdmin on Nginx, port 8080 passed to varnish not working well!

I installed Nginx, Varnish and PHP-fpm. Then I installed PHPmyAdmin and made a virtual host for it: server{ listen 8080; server_name phpmyadmin.Domain.com; access_log ...
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phpmyadmin port change? [closed]

How do i change my default phpmyadmin port to 443 or 9999? Is it possible or do I have use port 80 only? If possible, then how do I change share the same? Apache is listening on port 9999 for sure. ...