We are using Netopeer2 in Docker on Windows 10. It is running with “Call home” function enabled. Function makes server connect to a client socket. This works when we have both client and server running in docker.
However my actual problem is when I have a java program with a server socket running on my host ( 127.0.0.1). Socket listens on port 4334. See below.
$ netstat -a | grep 4334
TCP 127.0.0.1:4334 SE-00002119:0 LISTENING
Then I enable “call home” on Netopeer2 in Docker container but there is no connection to the socket listening on port 4334.
I have started docker container with:
docker run --net host -it --name sysrepo -p 830:830 --rm netopeer2-mod-image:latest
and enabled the call home function but no connection.