I am trying to expose a port on the br0 network (so the container can have it's own IP on my network) and I am unable to expose a port. Specifically, I have two instances of NPM, one on the 'proxynet' customer docker network, for reverse proxy from the outside, that one works fine. I have another instance of NPM for internal use, that is on the br0 network so I can map a dns record like i.network to that ip address and then use subdomains like speedtest.i.network to resolve services interally, however, I am unable to get it to use port 80 and 443. it keeps the same mapping of the other container no matter what I do. I believe this to be a bug.
I do not have any of the ports in the _internal container pointed to 4443 or 8080.... unless I am missing something, which I don't think I am.
I am marking this Urgent, please feel free to re-assign, if this is indeed a bug I do believe it needs to be set a priority to fix.
I apologize if this has already been reported.
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