I have some middleware running in a docker container.
When I run this middleware on my host everything works fine.
When I ran it on the docker container with all the necessary ports exposed and published:
EXPOSE 5672 15672 1337 1338 5556 3000
ports: - "5672:5672" - "15672:15672" - "1337:1337" - "1338:1338" - "5556:5556" - "3000:3000"
It’s weird because I have rabbitmq and mule in that image. Rabbit works well beacause I can access the management console and my mule app publish in it.
I have a flow, that with a quartz component publish in rabbitmq a keep alive each 30ms, and works well. But I have other flow which receives information in an UDP inbound endpoint and publish that on a rabbitmq queue. The inbound endpoind doesn´t receive anything, this endpoint listens in 0.0.0.0 and port 1338, and I am binding 1338:1338.
So if I receive packages on my localhost:1338 in my host machine, the inbound endpoint should receive it no?
Also in other flow I have a java client socket which gives me connection refeused.
The strange thing is that nothing of this happens when I run this on my host machine, and in docker I have the ports exposed and published.