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Connecting localhost client to Docker Containers NodeList and Two Scenes

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by abaj0004, Dec 23, 2022.

  1. abaj0004


    Dec 23, 2022
    My team built an app in Unity that is comprised of a client, database, node list server, and two servers (scenes).

    We'd like to place the node list and 2 scenes into docker containers. I create 3 images for each and placed them into docker.

    docker build -t image_tags .

    Next, I've run and published.

    docker run -p 8884:8884 --name node_list {image_id}

    docker run -p 8884:7788 --name scene_a {image_id}

    docker run -p 8884:7799 --name scene_b {image_id}

    Since I've published it, I use my IP with port 8884 in the network manager. The client is not in a container.

    Using this approach allows me to access the Node List but not the scenes.

    Does anyone know how I can get around this situation?

    Config file is set to allow all IPs