After INSTALL on local-machine - No Web Server on Port 3000 listening

After fresh installation of retool self-hosted deployment via docker on local-machine,
the docker container were running as expected.

CONTAINER ID   IMAGE                                      COMMAND                  CREATED        STATUS              PORTS                                                                      NAMES
e8e0f44c0f1a   tryretool/https-portal:latest              "/init"                  15 hours ago   Up 15 hours>80/tcp, :::80->80/tcp,>443/tcp, :::443->443/tcp   retool-onpremise-master-https-portal-1
8076847ca67b   retool-onpremise-master-api                "docker-entrypoint.s…"   15 hours ago   Up About a minute>3000/tcp, :::3000->3000/tcp, 3001-3002/tcp                   retool-onpremise-master-api-1
e8b2f17bc683   postgres:14.3                              "docker-entrypoint.s…"   15 hours ago   Up 15 hours         5432/tcp                                                                   retool-onpremise-master-retooldb-postgres-1
76e8e09364e4   postgres:11.13                             "docker-entrypoint.s…"   15 hours ago   Up 15 hours         5432/tcp                                                                   retool-onpremise-master-postgres-1
e14c3ed0445b   retool-onpremise-master-db-connector       "docker-entrypoint.s…"   15 hours ago   Up 15 hours         3000-3002/tcp                                                              retool-onpremise-master-db-connector-1
f10d7e55c4db   retool-onpremise-master-db-ssh-connector   "docker-entrypoint.s…"   15 hours ago   Up 15 hours         3000-3002/tcp                                                              retool-onpremise-master-db-ssh-connector-1

But when I do a:

curl: (7) Failed to connect to port 3000: Verbindungsaufbau abgelehnt is the CentOS VM where retool package is installed.

Any idea ?


Hi Sven,

The docker instance is listening on 80/443, only the api container is listen in on 3000 and port 3000 is not exposed by default. This is also not required.

You should be able to access your retool from your local computer on http://localhost or

Hey @Sven! Is this still an issue you're running into? If so are you able to connect to Retool from within your CentOS VM? And should this be a public deployment or is it only local for the moment? Also do you have any security groups configured?