Exposing Multiple Docker Ports

Steve Jones shows how to expose multiple ports when spinning up a container:

I was working with containers recently with Jenkins. I didn’t want the server process running on my machine all the time, but I did need to allow some communication. Jenkins uses 8080 by default, but agents need another port.

I figured there was a way to do this, and I found it on Stack Overflow, which is the perfect forum for a question like this. The answer?

You’ll need to click through for the answer.

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