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After deploying a service, I would like to manually open a port in that service. Is there a way to do this manually?

I know expose will open a port, but I would like to manually open a different port.

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You can do this in juju as a round about way. Juju provides a juju run command which allows execution of commands against a remote Juju unit.

So, for example, if you have an application deployed called foo, with the unit foo/0 you could do the following:

juju run --unit foo/0 "open-port 8000"

Replacing 8000 with whichever port you need. There are a plethora of hook-tools you can invoke in addition to standard commands like whoami.

For that list you can run juju help-tool and for more information on each tool juju help-tool open-port.

I'd also make sure you file a bug against the charm if that port is supposed to be open but is not.

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It's probably iptables -I INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport port_number_here -j ACCEPT.

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