Assigning different FRONTEND port numbers 
;PORT: Local port number to bind to
;Default value: 10001
PORT 10015
3. Restart the Palaces.
Assigning different FRONTEND port numbers
Use this method if you want your guests and members to access each Palace using the 
same domain name or IP address, but different port numbers. For this method, you 
will need:
One IP Address
One Domain Name
A Palace server registration code for each Palace you want to run. Each in it s own 
folder
The 
pserver.conf 
changes should include changing:
The 
FRONTEND
 number 
The 
PORT
 number in each
 pserver.conf
. 
NOTE   
If you do not know either your IP address or Port number, see your systems 
administrator.
To make the first Palace use port 9997 and the second Palace use port 9996, edit the
pserver.conf 
files as follows:
;FRONTEND: This adds frontends for the server. There must be at least
;one frontend specified. Note: There can be a maximum of 10 frontends.
FRONTEND "9997" "0.0.0.0"
;PORT: Local port number to bind to
;Default value: 10001
PORT 10012
and the second
 pserver.conf 
file:
;FRONTEND: This adds frontends for the server. There must be at least
;one frontend specified. Note: There can be a maximum of 10 frontends.
FRONTEND "9996" "0.0.0.0"
;PORT: Local port number to bind to
;Default value: 10001
PORT 10015
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