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Problem adding new port mapping on Docker

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I have the Linuxserver Plex docker running on the Custom:proxynet network type based on the SpaceInvaderOne tutorial.

 

I am trying to add another port (33400 for Webtools), but it doesn't seem to save when I apply the settings and restart the container. It doesn't show up in the port mappings list.

 

Any ideas?

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If it's still being assigned an IP separate for the container, then any and all port mappings are irrelevant anyways, as the container will use whatever it needs

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Thank you Squid.  I've seen this reply on many threads with port questions. I thought it only applied when in host mode. The Plex docker does have its own IP on the proxynet subnet. 172.18.0.4.

 

Plex_ports.jpg.a6970453c14931a1ed58ffd536fe2fe3.jpg

 

As a general question though, why am I not able to add a new port mapping to a container? The config page let's me create and apply, but it doesn't actually apply?

 

Maybe I am barking up the wrong tree for why Webtools is inaccessible, and I will post in the Plex container forum.

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