Portainer ports frustrations

  • After upgrading to OMV 5 and wrestling with portainer for about a day, I have most of my images up and running again, but am still running into many obstacles. The big one for me right now is I have no clue how to forward ports in this UI. In the old Docker interface for OMV I would use the options available to just run the image in host mode and then forward whatever port it was using inside the image to a more desirable one in the host. But I haven't been able to replicate this in portainer.

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    I think my main point of confusion is I don't understand where to insert the port options as specified

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    I don't understand, is the -p something that goes in the environment variables? Is it a command that gets run? If so where do I add it? I've never really completely understood how the values that people write out for docker configurations translate to ones in the GUI. All I want to do is change the port the image is running on since I'm starting to install images that are set to use the same default port.

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    I'm sure I'm missing something obvious but I haven't been able to get the options under the "Network port configuration" or the advanced network tab to do anything.

  • erreib

    Added the Label OMV 5.x
  • Just use function "publish a new network port". Please keep in mind: If you run two containers on the same network you don't need to publish the port in container B if you want to access it from container A.

  • Why don't you do this the easy way?


    Grab the available docker create command, edit it for your use case, and run it in the shell.

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  • to change ports in container, go to Dashborad _ Containers _> select the container that you want to change the port -> Use duplicate / Edit Button, thats all, now you can see the used port and change it at you way, only need to deply the container to make the changes effect.


  • I do not know komga, and your post make me to test it.


    I use the next docker file, and works fine.


    please modify at your own:




    in my signature you can see more examples of how to deploy dockers in OMV5, plese read to understand how portainer works.



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