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  • [6.12.3] Wrong info in Docker tab when some containers route via other ones.

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    Having two containers with network type set to "None" becase they route via another container.


    For both containers I have deleted all port mapprings and set network type to none.

    I have added --net=container:containername to extra config.


    When opening Docker tab and looking at my two specially routed countainers i expect the field for PORT MAPPINGS should be blank.


    They are not blank. Showing radom data that comes from my stopped mariadb-instance (for now, it can be something else tomorrow, ports and mappings from another container having nothing to do with it could just show as belonging to my routed containers. 

    I expect the part below to just be empty. Just like other containers not using the network.



    :3306 = port for MariaDB (stopped)

    Port 3306 has never been used by the containers in question so I don't know why that info shows up for them

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