Docker for Windows – How to access container in local network?

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On Docker (for Windows) I’m running Nexus Repository Manager container. Now I want to make my nexus container be accessible from other pc's located in internal network.

How to do it?
Sep 20, 2018 in DevOps & Agile by Sophie may
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You have to map the port to the container. Example for port 442:

docker run -d -p 442:442 $imagename

You also have to make sure that your windows firewall is not blocking that port. Maybe you have to create a new 

answered Sep 20, 2018 by Tyrion anex
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