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Jan. 8, 2022, 8:21 p.m. | /u/natesovenator

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Hi everyone. I've been running docker for a good while here at home, but something that is always giving me trouble is networking. I have everything setup at the moment with two main containers Portainer, and NGINX Proxy Manager, and then every container I make forward of that I connect to the web network that these two containers are connected to. My goal was to do things like home assistant, and some misc servers(which I have been getting to work). Each container usually gets their own subdomain using my local …

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