How to use run deck service from local browser using up address?

I have installed rundeck in docker using ec2 instance.
When I run the image and start rundeck. It’s fine.

Lynx http:localhost:4440

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    In order to access this from outside for your setup, you might have to ensure the following things:

    1. Ensure that host server (ec2) is forwarding ports to the docker container. You should have used -p or -ports when launching the container for this.
      Test: From your EC2 instance, you should be able to access: http://localhost:4440

    2. Ensure you have a public IP assigned to your EC2. You should be able to see that from your aws ec2 console:

    3. Ensure that your security group(s) for that instance has InBound connections to accept 4440 from your IP or rest of the world.

    After this, your http://:4440 should work.
    I hope I got your question correct.

    Let me know how it goes,


    • Anoop
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