So I have this Dockerfile:
FROM openjdk:8u212-jre-alpine LABEL maintainer "cowboy_patrick" RUN apk add --no-cache -U \ openssl \ imagemagick \ lsof \ su-exec \ shadow \ bash \ curl iputils wget \ git \ jq \ python \ tzdata \ rsync \ nano \ sudo \ knock \ ttf-dejavu EXPOSE 25565 25565 COPY minecraft /root/minecraft WORKDIR /root/minecraft RUN chmod +x /root/minecraft/start_minecraft.sh CMD /root/minecraft/start_minecraft.sh
This just copies an existing world into an alpine with java and executes some prewritten scripts, I had written for running it on a vps (doing automatic backups etc.)
When I execute it with
docker run --network host -p 25565:25565 --name mcs mcserver
For good measures you can see my console-output here but it's pretty standard. Just a minecraft-server that boots up.
Does anyone have an idea on how I can allow this connection? And in extent allow connections from outside my machine (assuming that port-formwarding and everything works).