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    LMS on Docker question

    Q on https://hub.docker.com/r/lmscommunit...echmediaserver

    @mherger or anyone else. Is bridged networking required? I'm trying to setup host based networking and I'm not having any luck connecting. I can't see anything in the example above that indicates why bridging is required as the mapping is 1:1.

    The reason is that I'm running firewalld on the system and with bridged networking (at least the example on the above page) ports 9000 and 9090 get opened in the public zone, at least according to nmap. It seems related I to: https://github.com/firewalld/firewalld/issues/461

    I'm still looking at the issue as I'm not 100% sure what is going on -- I'm running docker 20.10.6 so it has firewalld smarts per: https://docs.docker.com/network/iptables. I do have the docker zone.

    Anyways, I was curious if it is possible to set it up using host networking.

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    LMS on Docker question

    > @mherger or anyone else. Is bridged networking required?

    No.

    > I'm trying
    > to setup host based networking and I'm not having any luck connecting.
    > I can't see anything in the example above that indicates why bridging is
    > required as the mapping is 1:1.


    There might be a port conflict with another application on your system?

    > The reason is that I'm running firewalld on the system and with bridged
    > networking (at least the example on the above page) ports 9000 and 9090
    > get opened in the public zone, at least according to nmap. It seems
    > related I to: https://github.com/firewalld/firewalld/issues/461


    What's responsing on port 9000?

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