I am trying to link two applications with docker compose I have the following yaml file version: ‘3’ services: app1: build: context: ../../repos/app1 ports: – "8080:8080" app2: build: . ports: – "8081:8080" I know that he ports are arranged as the following host_port:container_port – https://docs.docker.com/compose/networking/ This stack overflow is what made me specify the ports ..
I deployed the following containers on my local machine: student-app: is my testing application karson-jenkins: is my first jenkins which was run with published localhost ip and port 8082 and docker network as bridge karson-jenkins-host: is my second jenkins which was run with docker network as host I am able to launch and navigate to ..
I have a goland reverse proxy server and want to differentiate between requests generated by another container on the same VM from requests coming from another host and only allow request generated on the same VM. I know this can be achieved by connecting all the containers to some network, but that’s doesn’t fit in ..
I am new to Docker networking, but I’ve managed to set up a network which contains two running containers, with IP addresses specified by the –ip flag. Create network: docker network create –subnet=172.18.0.0/16 myNetwork Start first container on network: nohup docker run –net myNetwork –ip 172.18.0.22 container1 & Start second container on network: nohup docker ..
I’m trying to connect to a DB/2 container (image: ibmcom/db2) but it gives me a read timeout error. The host OS is Windows 10. I can see the port (50000) in the Windows PowerShell prompt, but it gives me a read timeout. I also started an SSH server in that container and could log into ..
I’m working with docker swarm and trying to create a network with the overlay driver. Whenever I create the network, the driver is not attached. If I try and attach a service to the network, the process just hangs infinitely. If I create a service without attaching it to the network, it works right away. ..
For implementing integration tests for a project that I’m working on, there’s a requirement to run integration tests by spinning up services as docker containers. So there are 2 services that stay in a fixed state through out the tests and those services are added into a docker-compose file. I am starting those services at ..
These network interface spawns which I think is after I created some docker container but there network interface is still present even though I removed all those containers. Why are these interface not removed even though I removed all the docker containers and even there images? I searched some posts in stackoverflow they all gave ..
I created custom bridge network as: docker network create test I am running Mongo DB image in this network with following command: docker run -d -p 27017:27017 -e MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_USERNAME=test -e MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_PASSWORD=password –name=testdb mongo This created container and I’m able to connect to this from robo3T. Now I ran mongo-express image in same network with following ..
I need to block containers from ping each other, so I want to block ICMP but only for docker. I tried this rule: iptables -A INPUT -i docker0 -p icmp –icmp-type echo-request -j REJECT But it did help so I tried also these two rules: iptables -A INPUT -i docker0 -p icmp –icmp-type echo-reply -j ..