This site can't be reached docs/

I ran

docker run -p 4000:4000 docs/

and the output shows

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  • 2 Solutions collect form web for “This site can't be reached docs/” is a listener address that indicates all network interfaces on a machine, you don’t connect to this address because it doesn’t exist. Instead, you need to connect your browser to the IP address or name of the docker host. If you’re running this locally, without docker-machine, that would be With docker-machine, you can get the IP of the VM from the docker-machine ip output.

    What I found using Docker for Windows is that the references to localhost or didn’t work at all when I tried to access the application in the browser. It’s using Docker Quickstart Terminal which runs a Linux image on Windows and it runs Docker inside that

    This command provides the IP address of the Linux image

    docker-machine ip

    When I use that address on my Windows browser it works fine, for example:

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