How to use multiple ports for rasa x and rasa actions to run diffrerent bots on same system

Hi . i have created two rasa chatbots. i want to run these two bots on my pc locally. but they are running on 5002. i am unable to run two bots at same time. i tried in pycharm below commands

rasa x --port 5009 ( for rasa x) rasa run actions --port 5059 and i was changed credintial.yml and endpoints.yml too but still thy using only 5002. how can i fix this issue.?

please see the CLI help info, --port is for the rasa port (same as rasa run --port) and --rasa-x-port is for the rasa x port.

usage: rasa x [-h] [-v] [-vv] [--quiet] [-m MODEL] [--data DATA] [-c CONFIG]
              [--no-prompt] [--production] [--rasa-x-port RASA_X_PORT]
              [--config-endpoint CONFIG_ENDPOINT] [--log-file LOG_FILE]
              [--endpoints ENDPOINTS] [-p PORT] [-t AUTH_TOKEN]
              [--cors [CORS [CORS ...]]] [--enable-api]
              [--response-timeout RESPONSE_TIMEOUT]
              [--remote-storage REMOTE_STORAGE]
              [--ssl-certificate SSL_CERTIFICATE] [--ssl-keyfile SSL_KEYFILE]
              [--ssl-ca-file SSL_CA_FILE] [--ssl-password SSL_PASSWORD]
              [--credentials CREDENTIALS] [--connector CONNECTOR]
              [--jwt-secret JWT_SECRET] [--jwt-method JWT_METHOD]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -m MODEL, --model MODEL
                        Path to a trained Rasa model. If a directory is
                        specified, it will use the latest model in this
                        directory. (default: models)
  --data DATA           Path to the file or directory containing stories and
                        Rasa NLU data. (default: data)
  -c CONFIG, --config CONFIG
                        The policy and NLU pipeline configuration of your bot.
                        (default: config.yml)
  --no-prompt           Automatic yes or default options to prompts and
                        oppressed warnings. (default: False)
  --production          Run Rasa X in a production environment. (default:
                        False)
  --rasa-x-port RASA_X_PORT
                        Port to run the Rasa X server at. (default: 5002)
  --config-endpoint CONFIG_ENDPOINT
                        Rasa X endpoint URL from which to pull the runtime
                        config. This URL typically contains the Rasa X token
                        for authentication. Example:
                        https://example.com/api/config?token=my_rasa_x_token
                        (default: None)
  --log-file LOG_FILE   Store logs in specified file. (default: None)
  --endpoints ENDPOINTS
                        Configuration file for the model server and the
                        connectors as a yml file. (default: None)

Python Logging Options:
  -v, --verbose         Be verbose. Sets logging level to INFO. (default:
                        None)
  -vv, --debug          Print lots of debugging statements. Sets logging level
                        to DEBUG. (default: None)
  --quiet               Be quiet! Sets logging level to WARNING. (default:
                        None)

Server Settings:
  -p PORT, --port PORT  Port to run the server at. (default: 5005)
  -t AUTH_TOKEN, --auth-token AUTH_TOKEN
                        Enable token based authentication. Requests need to
                        provide the token to be accepted. (default: None)
  --cors [CORS [CORS ...]]
                        Enable CORS for the passed origin. Use * to whitelist
                        all origins. (default: None)
  --enable-api          Start the web server API in addition to the input
                        channel. (default: False)
  --response-timeout RESPONSE_TIMEOUT
                        Maximum time a response can take to process (sec).
                        (default: 3600)
  --remote-storage REMOTE_STORAGE
                        Set the remote location where your Rasa model is
                        stored, e.g. on AWS. (default: None)
  --ssl-certificate SSL_CERTIFICATE
                        Set the SSL Certificate to create a TLS secured
                        server. (default: None)
  --ssl-keyfile SSL_KEYFILE
                        Set the SSL Keyfile to create a TLS secured server.
                        (default: None)
  --ssl-ca-file SSL_CA_FILE
                        If your SSL certificate needs to be verified, you can
                        specify the CA file using this parameter. (default:
                        None)
  --ssl-password SSL_PASSWORD
                        If your ssl-keyfile is protected by a password, you
                        can specify it using this paramer. (default: None)

Channels:
  --credentials CREDENTIALS
                        Authentication credentials for the connector as a yml
                        file. (default: None)
  --connector CONNECTOR
                        Service to connect to. (default: None)

JWT Authentication:
  --jwt-secret JWT_SECRET
                        Public key for asymmetric JWT methods or shared
                        secretfor symmetric methods. Please also make sure to
                        use --jwt-method to select the method of the
                        signature, otherwise this argument will be ignored.
                        (default: None)
  --jwt-method JWT_METHOD
                        Method used for the signature of the JWT
                        authentication payload. (default: HS256)