Can you provide seperate inbound ports with wildcard certs?

1. Output of caddy version:

v2.6.2 h1:wKoFIxpmOJLGl3QXoo6PNbYvGW4xLEgo32GPBEjWL8o=

2. How I run Caddy:

Running command caddy run

a. System environment:

Running Debian 11 in Proxmox VM. Kernel 5.19.17-1-pve

b. Command:

N/A


### d. My complete Caddy config:

{
        email ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
}

*.promosity.io:, promosity.io {

        tls {
                dns cloudflare ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                resolvers 1.1.1.1
        }

        @jellyfin host jellyfin.promosity.io:8920
        handle @jellyfin {
                reverse_proxy http://192.168.10.10:8096
        }

        @homeassist host ha.promosity.io:8123
        handle @homeassist {
                reverse_proxy http://192.168.10.6:8123
        }



}

### 3. The problem I'm having:
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I am trying to have a wildcard cert and also use different port numbers depending on the service. 

Instead of the typical *.promosity.io:8123 { 
}

### 4. Error messages and/or full log output:
N/A

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### 5. What I already tried:
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What I tried is what you see in the Caddyfile. Just trying to redirect it in the domain although it doesn't look like that works.

### 6. Links to relevant resources:

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