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  1. Basically you're right, and in this example there's no need for it. But I'm using NginxProxyManager which uses 8080 and 4443 respectively. For external access I can use port-forwarding in my firewall to remap 8080 to 80 and 4443 to 443. Unfortunately I can't use the local IP addresses then. P.S.: I'm using NginxProxyManager just for ease of use. Maybe I have to use a "proper" nginx/Let's Encrypt docker container for that...
  2. So there's no way to remap ports when using a custom IP address?
  3. Here's a screenshot of my container configuration The weird this is, that all of my docker containers (e.g. Plex) are using the "-e" option... 🤔
  4. Hi, I'm using Unraid 6.6.7 and having some issues when trying to publish/expose docker ports. In my example I want to publish both UDP ports 27015 and 34197. Unraid will display that the ports are published, but I can't access them. Here is the command that will be executed: root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='factorio' --net='br0' --ip='' -e TZ="Europe/Berlin" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'UDP_PORT_27015'='27015' -e 'UDP_PORT_34197'='34197' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/factorio':'/factorio':'rw' 'dtandersen/factorio' As you can see Unraid is using -e 'UDP_PORT_34197'='34197' instead of -p 34197:34197 I've seen other installations that were using the "-p" instead of the "-e" argument. Now I'm asking how can I configure that Unraid will use the "-p" argument? Thanks in advance!