I’m doing an docker installation using the workspace-install.sh script. I need to change port 80 and 443. Doing this “bash workspace-install.sh -ims false -cp 8282”. So port 80 becomes 8282. But how do I change 443 to 4430 ?
Sorry for the late reply.
-cp allows to change port 80 only.
I’m looking for a workaround that can be used to change 443 port too. I will update this thread once I get any results.
Hello again @mala
Here is the workaround solution that works.
First, you will need to download alternative script that executes installation of Workspace:
Open this script and find next section to change the port:
if [ "$RUN_COMMUNITY_SERVER" == "true" ]; then args=(); args+=(--name "$COMMUNITY_CONTAINER_NAME"); args+=(-p "$COMMUNITY_PORT:80"); args+=(-p <your_port>:443); args+=(-p 5222:5222); args+=(--cgroupns host);
<your_port> is your desired SSL port for Docker container.
After that run the script specifying
-it WORKSPACE flag to install free version of ONLYOFFICE Workspace like that:
bash install.sh -ims false -cp 8282 -it WORKSPACE
When script is finished, you can check the port forwarding by enlisting all Docker containers with command
Important note: in this scenario if alternative script is used you will have to update your Workspace portal with this exact script in future with flag