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hey guys I have a docker container A with a domain name attached to it on a host B with a domain name attached to it as well.....how can I access the said container A via A's domain name rather than an B's ip address or domain name from computer C on the host B's local network

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As I understand it you need to establish a network service (I.e, compose file), though if you are working with a docker file (e.g, ver. docker 1.x < 2) you typically issue a command or execute a script. In either case, I’ll need to create a new network service and bridge ports (I.e, expose port) to make them accessible:

A <-> B -> C

Check out the documentation:

https://docs.docker.com/network/

Hope that helped.🤓

  • @AigoLamda not really it did not. I got A and B to work using DNS Proxy Server container. I'm trying to get C which is a local network with A but not B to see B, however, I need to access it via www.domain.url and not ip:port – Kendall Dec 10 '18 at 22:13
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    Sorry, if it wasn't much help. I also found link maybe this would help. If you are trying to access a container via domain name using a container service. The examples a bit crud but it can be extrapolated. – AlgoLamda Dec 11 '18 at 14:28

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