As it turns out, Docker for Windows uses the network adapter with the lowest Id
Get-NetIPInterface -AddressFamily IPv4 | Sort-Object -Property InterfaceMetric -Descending
Next, set the Interface Metric to 1 for Wi-Fi
Set-NetIPInterface -InterfaceAlias 'Wi-Fi' -InterfaceMetric 1
If your host's primary network adapter is bridged because you ...
So, it turns out that the init.ps1 script generates the certificates using wildcard characters, which gets updated in traefik -> certs folder. Due to this, I was facing the SSL issue.
To resolve this, I first removed the certificates generated by wildcard characters from the location docker\traefik\certs.
Then I followed following steps :
1)Copy the ...
Your dockerfile is missing a command to copy the development tools and entrypoint scripts from the tooling image. You can explore your identity container and verify that the tools directory doesn't exist.
Fix this adding the command COPY --from=tooling \tools\ \tools\ right after the SHELL command in your dockerfile build specs:
My approach is to only serve traffic to the browsers through Traefik with HTTPS only. There is an issue when redirecting from Identity Server back to Content Management during the login process.
To overcome this, I have forced all connection with HTTPS only by setting up HSTS headers in CM service.
The following is my Traefik labels for CM