How can I get other computers on the same wifi network to see a subdomain? The issue: I’m currently running a docker implementation on a server computer on a wifi home network. When I visit the subdomains on that server computer I’m able to see the assigned containers load. However, when I visit the subdomain ..
I have a single container deployed via docker-compose (dns is done through the docker daemon dns server 127.0.0.11) on a host with dns server configured for a private network in the /etc/resolv.conf and no access to the internet. The container runs fine for a while (about 40 hours) then starts failing its dns lookups with ..
I have a unique scenario related to hostname resolution. I am running a single node kubernetes cluster in a server which is in private network and it doesn’t have a DNS server. So I have configured a host in /etc/hosts file of my laptop. Now the problem is I can resolve this host from the ..
I’m trying to piece together how Docker manages DNS and networking between its containers. I have the following containers running on the same Docker network. I’m on Mac OS so they’re running on a Linux VM (via docker-machine). I’ve also included the IP of the nameserver used for DNS, as defined in the local /etc/resolv.conf ..
I have set up two containers on an Ubuntu 20.4 server with NGINX as follows: Both containers are accessible from the outside world and even I can access third-party APIs in the container. However, when I am trying to access container 1 from container 2 using its fully qualified domain, it times out. I installed ..
to start – I am still looking around on site investigating answers that look like they may allow me to find solution to my problem, posting here definitely isn’t my first stop to find a solution I have been trying things for a while today. Also – thank you for reading. I am working on ..
Scenario: trying to setup Pi-hole on raspberry PI 4 inside Portainer.io using IOTstack PI-Hole container IP is 10.77.60.7 and port is 8099 I am not able to access with 10.77.60.7 instead I am able to access it with Raspberry IP(192.168.1.2) assigned by router with PI-hole container port 8089 e.g.: 192.168.1.2:8089 Problem: when trying to use ..
I’m trying to build a docker image, return error: Dockerfile: FROM python:3.7-alpine LABEL maintainer="[email protected]" ENV PROJECT_ROOT /app WORKDIR $PROJECT_ROOT RUN apk update && apk add mariadb-dev gcc python3-dev pango-dev cairo-dev libtool linux-headers musl-dev libffi-dev openssl-dev jpeg-dev zlib-dev RUN pip install –upgrade pip COPY requirements.txt requirements.txt RUN pip install -r requirements.txt COPY . . CMD python ..
i have docker with several services- nodered,portainer,pyload. All services are on the same IP address and different is only by ports. Is something like local DNS services, where I set name instead ip:port- for examle: pyload.home or nodered.home. In Pi-hole is possible set only ip address without port to translate host name. Source: Docker..
I want all outbound traffic inside my PHP container to go through cloudflare’s 126.96.36.199 service. I also want to be able to keep my internal network intact so the containers defined in my docker-compose file can all reach each other, how can i do this? Source: Docker..