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Baffling port forwarding problem

Hi all, I've got an ubuntu LXC container set up with a bridged NIC to run Plex. The container grabs an IP on the LAN and from other hosts I can hit plex at port 32400 just fine. The really weird thing is that if I forward 32400 from my router to the container's IP, it doesn't seem to work. No connection is made and the connection attempt seems to hang forever. If I use netcat to listen on 32400 on the antsle itself and forward to that it works fine. I wouldn't expect there to be any iptables shenanigans needed on the antsle if I am using a bridge, is there something I'm missing?

Make sure the VM operating system has a default gateway pointing to the router.

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