This question has been asked in different ways over time but I haven't found a solid solution. And I'm really sorry if I asked this myself but can't find the previous thread. Is there an elegant way to change the HTTPS port for a single site/vhost? That is, for Apache, to change <VirtualHost *:443> to *:00000? Reason: I have a server with many WordPress sites that I want to lock down from all remote access. So ports 80/443 are closed to public access. But I want to invite some people to one of the sites. The ideal situation would be for the Site management page to have a Port field for an integer value that's saved into the .conf directive. Aside from maybe a lack of requests, is there a reason why this isn't already a feature? For now, the only thing I can think of with my current understanding of ISPConfig, is to copy the VirtualHost node and paste into the Apache Directives so that it looks like a different site. OR, just edit the .conf file, and (citing a recent thread on this topic) use incron or a similar process to ensure the file stays the way I want it. [[ I am doing that now, set *:00000 and then add "Listen 00000" to ports.conf, then reload apache2. ]] Other suggestions? Thanks!