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Plesk UI > Domain > domainname > Docker Proxy rules: add option to map several external ports (e.g.80 and 443) to ports of docker container
Plesk UI > Domain > domainname > Docker Proxy rules: add option to map several external ports (e.g.80 and 443) to ports of docker container.2 votes
Thank you for your input! It looks like a bug; I have created a bug report for it (bug ID for your reference: EXTDOCKER-81).
Note: only feature requests are allowed here, so we would appreciate if you post bugs and issues on our forum at https://talk.plesk.com. We are closing this request, since it does not contain any feature suggestions.
Could you please tell me what to do on the command line interface, in order to solve the following problem that arises due to Plesk? https://community.jitsi.org/t/ubuntu-20-04-6-docker-24-0-6-plesk-18-0-51-1-incompatibility-installation-errors/127493/4 You surely understand that Plesk-users (such as myself) must be able to use their server also without going through Plesk for everything they may (legally) do. Thank you and best regards, -- Simon Kramer1 vote
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