You can SSH into the goormIDE container from the outside. Tap the top menu [container] > [SSH Configuration] to open the 'SSH Configuration' popup window.
Click on the Copy icon on the right side of the input to copy and paste it in your local environment or in a shell in another external instance.
Then enter your password.
If you are connecting for the first time, press the
Generate button to create a password.
Click the copy icon on the right to copy and paste it in the shell you want to connect to SSH.
The password generated will not be stored anywhere.
Once you have a password, you can continue to use it afterwards. If you can't remember the password, regenerate it.
The SSH connection IP and port change every time when goormIDE container is turned on and off. SSH access is only possible while your goormIDE container is on.
If you want to don't change it, should using "Always-on" feature.
You can open specific ports of your goormIDE container to make them accessible from the outside. Click on the top menu [container] > [Port Forwarding Configuration] to open the 'Port Forwarding Configuration' popup window.
You can register by entering the port you want to open in 'Internal Port' or register the default port of the selected service by selecting in 'Type'. The registered port will be shown in the bottom table.
You can access from the outside using 'IP' and 'external port'. The 'IP' and 'External Port' change every time when the goormIDE container is turned on and off.
You can register up to two port forwarding settings per container.
External access is only possible while the goormIDE container is on. If you want to keep access, should using "Always-on" feature.