Category : docker-networking

I’m running into an issue with Docker on macOS Big Sur where I can’t access any server/API running inside a container by using 127.0.0.1. But it seems to work when I use localhost. The following what I’m running to demonstrate my problem I start an nginx container like so: docker run –name mynginx1 -p 80:80 ..

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The Docker Networking documentation states: subnet : Subnet in CIDR format that represents a network segment ip-range : Allocate container ip from a sub-range And the example shows: $ docker network create –driver=bridge –subnet=172.28.0.0/16 –ip-range=172.28.5.0/24 –gateway=172.28.5.254 br0 So, the subnet of from 172.28.0.0 to 172.28.255.255 And the ip-range is from 172.28.5.0 to 172.28.5.255 Why would ..

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I am struggling with networks and Docker/docker-compose. Use case : I am using Transmission as a client Torrent, in network_mode with a wireguard VPN for privacy. Next to it, I have a Jackett container and a Sonarr container for automatisation. The problem is my local ip of my Wireguard container(showing itself in the VPN container) ..

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I’m experimenting with reproducible Docker builds and recently discovered docker build –network=none. While looking at the documentation, I realized that –network has other possible options that I could imagine myself using, such as bridge (default) or host. I don’t understand the use case for –network container:<name|id>, as described in the documentation. Could this for example ..

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I am making selenium grid using docker(for windows) with following docker images: selenium/hub selenium/node-chrome-debug selenium/node-firefox-debug I ran these using docker networking with following commands: $ docker network create grid $ docker run -d -p 4444:4444 –net grid –name selenium-hub selenium/hub The output of docker -ps is: $ docker ps CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS ..

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