Originally posted here by Dome
I know i can tell them to change ports, but its not what I want, it doesnt solve my problem, just creates more problems... go try telling endusers to use even port 8080 as the webserver port, they will go nuts.

The only solution i see to my problem is buying like a C block of IP addresses, but that would be way too expensive, which would defete what I am trying to do.
What about using subdomains to tell the end users which are setup with a redirect
to the hosts using alternate ports?