- Feb 20, 2019
My port forwarding is working for all of my installed docker containers but when I forward ports 443 and 80 they are not opening per canyouseeme.org. I'm assuming this is because my ISP is blocking traffic on those ports, and this is causing traefik not to deploy correctly. I can connect remotely via direct ip without issue, but I've got a local server I'm sharing with family in another state and I would like to get this working for them to make it easier to connect. Is there a way to edit the traefik config to force it to listen on different ports that I could successfully forward without interference from my ISP? I turned up very little helpful information when googling.