Expose a docker port on Mac Osx to other computer

I would like to open a docker port running on a mac Osx to other computer on the same network.

I’ve found some work around but only with boot2docker not toolbox.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Expose a docker port on Mac Osx to other computer”

    Port forwarding should work exactly the same way as with boot2docker.

    VBoxManage controlvm "<name_of_your_vm>" natpf1 "tcp-port8000,tcp,,8000,,8000";
    

    Then you should be able to access port 8000 under

    localhost:8000
    

    and from different computer in the same network

    <ip_of_you_machine>:8000
    

    For more information check this boot2doicker github page Workarounds

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