Laravel Sail – No response in browser

When running

sudo APP_PORT=3001 ./vendor/bin/sail up

In the terminal I am expecting to see the default laravel splash screen on http://localhost:3001. But instead I see an error message This page isn’t workinglocalhost didn’t send any data. ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE.

I’m running laravel 8 with sail on windows 10 using WSL(ubuntu).

I can see both the DB and app containers are running fine from within docker desktop(both green)

Does anyone know the fix for this?

docker-compose.yml

# For more information: https://laravel.com/docs/sail
version: '3'
services:
    laravel.test:
        build:
            context: ./vendor/laravel/sail/runtimes/8.0
            dockerfile: Dockerfile
            args:
                WWWGROUP: '${WWWGROUP}'
        image: sail-8.0/app
        ports:
            - '${APP_PORT:-80}:8000'
        environment:
            WWWUSER: '${WWWUSER}'
            LARAVEL_SAIL: 1
            XDEBUG_MODE: '${SAIL_XDEBUG_MODE:-off}'
            XDEBUG_CONFIG: '${SAIL_XDEBUG_CONFIG:-client_host=host.docker.internal}'
        volumes:
            - '.:/var/www/html'
        networks:
            - sail
        depends_on:
            - mariadb
    mariadb:
        image: 'mariadb:10'
        ports:
            - '${FORWARD_DB_PORT:-3306}:3306'
        environment:
            MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD: '${DB_PASSWORD}'
            MYSQL_DATABASE: '${DB_DATABASE}'
            MYSQL_USER: '${DB_USERNAME}'
            MYSQL_PASSWORD: '${DB_PASSWORD}'
            MYSQL_ALLOW_EMPTY_PASSWORD: 'yes'
        volumes:
            - 'sailmariadb:/var/lib/mysql'
        networks:
            - sail
        healthcheck:
          test: ["CMD", "mysqladmin", "ping", "-p${DB_PASSWORD}"]
          retries: 3
          timeout: 5s
networks:
    sail:
        driver: bridge
volumes:
    sailmariadb:
        driver: local

Answers:

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Method 1

As @BertC said I changed the ports line in docker-compose.yml to be – “9192:80” and ran sail up again and it worked. Thank you @BertC


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