[simple question] Are ports exposed by default in a docker-compose ?

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Ok so i have a docker-compose file with many services, i only discovered now that docker’s internal dns can resolve service names (or at least knew it in theory but never used it). If i do not specify any port or expose in the file, are containers exposed by defaultwithin that docker-compose scope ? submitted by /u/trashcluster [link] [comments]

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