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Using multiple ports for test sites.. Need help with my set up!!

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I have an active website on port 80. What I'm trying to do is get my test websites working for port 87 and 88 so I can type in my ip address then :87 or :88 to get to them. It just keeps timing out. What I did is my router does point those two ports to the computer. Then in apache conf, I changed my virtual host to <Virtual *.87>. That didn't work. Do I have to append the listening port. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Pls help. Thanks in advance for all the help.
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You need to add those ports with the Listen directive:
Listen 80
Listen 87
Listen 88

I believe you can also add it in the <VirtualHost> section but this way will work fine.
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