Ports are displayed twice using Docker 20.10.6

Hi

With the latest update to Docker (20.10.6), some network and port regressions were fixed.

Apparantly, this has caused Portainer to display Published ports twice for all containers (which takes a huge amount of screen space if there are many published ports). I guess ports are now explicitly displayed for both IPv4 and IPv6.

Are you planning to issue a fix, so ports are again only displayed once?

Hi
please share the OS,architecture details that is install

Distro: Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS x86_64
Installed: 5:20.10.6~3-0~ubuntu-focal (docker-ce)
Portainer 2.1.1

You need anything else?

I get exactly the same issue.

Running on Linux Manjaro with kernel 5.10.30-1
Docker-ce version 20.10.6
Portainer version 2.1.1

Thnks pl share some applications so that we could deploy n test. are u using dfault overlay network or its custom network

Well, it’s no secret what I run at home. Here are my containers and network stacks.

EDIT: I can’t add images to my reply. :expressionless:

The containers I’m running in the first screenshot are:

linuxserver/bookstack:latest
linuxserver/mariadb:latest
linuxserver/freshrss:latest
grafana/grafana:latest-ubuntu
linuxserver/heimdall:latest
linuxserver/nginx:latest
homeassistant/home-assistant:stable
linuxserver/syncthing:latest
haugene/transmission-openvpn:latest
linuxserver/unifi-controller:latest
prom/prometheus
containrrr/watchtower
portainer/portainer-ce:latest
networkstatic/iperf3:latest
svenihoney/wetty:latest

Hi
Thanks, is it possible to show the one of the stack file or compose file where port is published

have tried on swarm Docker 20.10.5, could u help with the screenshot from which page u have taken.

I explicitly stated that this is a problem with Docker 20.10.6, so testing on 20.10.5 isn’t going to help much, is it?

Anyway, here are my stacks.

It really looks like one is IPv4 and second IPv6 as docker ps command shows i.e. 0.0.0.0:181->80/tcp, :::181->80/tcp. Is it possible to turn it off?

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