So I figured-out that the NginX sending me the certificate of a different server. So Why? It turns out in older days it was not possible to add multiple certificates to same IP+PORT. In the SSL handshake level there is no way for the server to know whether you are calling foo.com or bar.com. docker run -d -p 8000:8000 remote-debugger:0.1 This will start your application in daemon mode and also will expose 8000 port on host machine. You'll see a log line like below.
Get code examples like with TCP address https://192.168.99.100:2376, as stated under official JetBrains tutorial with the certificates path pointing to that of the default virtual machine. The connection is also succesfully established and under docker view I can see the container running with volume/port bindings, properties etc. recognized properly.
I have modified the Nginx docker container port to 443 (-p 443:443) and changed the permission of /etc/nginx/ssl to 644, now if I open the url using https it gives the following error: There are issues with the site's certificate chain (net::ERR CERT COMMON_NAME_INVALID) Although it says it is issued by my ssl-provider. This example service uses the default port for the Flask web server, 5000. Redis service. The redis service uses a public Redis image pulled from the Docker Hub registry. Step 4: Build and run your app with Compose. From your project directory, start up your application by running docker-compose up.
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