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How to run Docker bamboo-server and remote agent on same host?

I'm running Bamboo-server on my machine using 

$> docker volume create --name bambooVolume
$> docker run -v bambooVolume:/var/atlassian/application-data/bamboo --name="bamboo" --init -d -p 54663:54663 -p 8085:8085 atlassian/bamboo-server

 as directed in the docs

I then logon to localhost:8085, Administration, Agents, Install remote agent.

The agent installs and requests authentication successfully but gets assigned the IP which is the default gateway of the bridge network of the bamboo-server container.

The "Online remote agents" tab keeps listing "A remote agent is loading on localhost (" but it never loads.

Any suggestions as to how I could resolve this issue?


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In case anyone else runs into this I had to update the  broker port URI as described in this article.

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