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can not access portal after specifying port in URL

Django webservices is running on port 8000 (pyhon manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000) I am able to access using , https://ec2-72-44-51-113.compute-1.amazonaws.com/admin/ but if I specify port in url, ...
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Moving from <hostname>:1234 to <hostname>/app

I'm bringing up my first production-level(-ish) server and have installed and configured a couple of python web applications, which I have to access like so: <hostname>:8000 ...
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How to make a URL point to a Tomcat instance?

Sorry if this question makes no sense (no expert here), but I understand that tomcat listens to port 8080 and that url are usually addressed to 80. Is there a way to tell DNS that urls should point to ...
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Can you route a URL using a restricted port to a local URL with a safe port?

I work in an environment which heavily utilises non-standard restricted ports in URL's for development environments for instance ports 81-104 & 444-456. As a front end developer this causes many ...
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Hide port in URL when 80/433 already in use

I need to add another secure instance of Tomcat in a server that already uses port 80 and port 433. Is there any way to hide the port number of the new instance, since I'll need to use one which is ...
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Better urls for this internal web server?

I've got a server that I have admin access to, but don't fully manage. (I think it's a virtual machine, but I'm not 100% sure. It's running Apache on Windows Server 2003.) I share the ip with another ...