Atlassian applications sharing port 80

Is it possible for me to make my Atlassian applications (e.g. Jira, Confluence, FishEye, Crucible, Jira Agile) share port 80 w/o emloying the aforementioned mod_proxy workaround,

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Only one application can use a port on a server at a time.

It's not an Atlassian restriction, it's everything. That is the reason you end up with mod-proxy type tricks - that's one single application listening on the port and redirecting traffic to a set of other applications, making it look like they're all on one port.

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