Docker versus Podman and iptables

I have recently been learning about podman, a tool for running containers that has a command syntax that matches Docker, but that does not require a Docker daemon and which does not require root privileges.

I ran into some unexpected problems publishing ports with Podman, which had to do with my default DROP policy on the iptables FORWARD chain. Below I will demonstrate some of the differences between Docker and Podman in terms of iptables changes, and provide a workaround for Podman.
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