Port bindings

Port bindings is done in two parts. Firstly, by providing a list of ports to open inside the container in the Client().create_container() method.

container_id = c.create_container('busybox', 'ls', ports=[1111, 2222])

Bindings are then declared in the Client.start method.

c.start(container_id, port_bindings={1111: 4567, 2222: None})

You can limit the host address on which the port will be exposed like such:

c.start(container_id, port_bindings={1111: ('127.0.0.1', 4567)})

Or without host port assignment:

c.start(container_id, port_bindings={1111: ('127.0.0.1',)})

If you wish to use UDP instead of TCP (default), you need to declare it like such in both the create_container() and start() calls:

container_id = c.create_container(
    'busybox',
    'ls',
    ports=[(1111, 'udp'), 2222]
)
c.start(container_id, port_bindings={'1111/udp': 4567, 2222: None})