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Mar 19, 2019
Traefik deployed correctly and I can access my containers internally, but I can’t access them from the internet (when I’m away from home).

I’ve tried port forwarding, setting up my server as a DMZ on the router but I can’t get it to come up.Currently, I’m using Remote Desktop into my machine and accessing everything that way.

I guess I don’t know what methods to use to test how “far” into my network I am able to reach. Does anyone have any suggestions? Should I try messing with iptables? I’m just worried that there is more risk of me breaking everything else that is already working....
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I still haven’t been able to get it to work. The funny thing is that Traefik says it’s deployed but port 443 is blocked when I run it through a port scanner. I looked in the router and the iptables and didn’t see an issue, so now I’m checking with my ISP tech support to see if they block port 443...
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