I understand, however the problem is that I'd need to memorise the port number, in your example it looks something like:

**Web App 1**: 192.160.xx.xx:5000
**Web App 2**: 192.160.xx.xx:6000
**Web App 3**: 192.160.xx.xx:7000

So if I want to work on **Webb App 2** I need to remember what port number it is or run `docker ps` or something similar to remind me, however if I could do something like:

**Web App 1**: webapp1.dev
**Web App 2**: webapp2.dev
**Web App 3**: webapp3.dev

I wouldn't need to worry about port numbers and whatnot, is there a way to do something like this or similar?

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