All VMs and container on port 80?


Nov 18, 2023

I am confused what is the easiest setup if you don't or can't remeber all the ports from all the different services?
For Example: homeassistant:8129, sabnzbd:7777 etc. My openmediavault OS VM uses default Port 80, so it is easy for this one :)
I have some domains with subdomains which I have configured in nginx on two of my VPS to point on a specific service, like: -> addres with port 8888 on my server.

How could I accomplish somethink like this in my local network?

My idea is to set the port of each service/container to default port 80 so I just need to type somethink like http://radarr

For thos services I want to access remote I would setup a new subdomain pointing to a custom port of the service like 8123 for HA, so I cann access it remote with only. But then I need to enter the port in my local network, manually.

I am confused...

best greetings :)
OK, that is how I running it on my VPS with my domain and subdomains. So I can setup and nginx container and do it from there with the forwarding. I got it when I want to remotely connect to my machines/services without a vpn and without providing the port. But I dont have a domain/subdomain in my local network? Sorry for the stupid questions, my networking skills are bad and I forgot a lot of things that I once knew and were able to set up.


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