I’m using softether VPN on docker, through a Google cloud ubuntu machine. When I connect in my computer to its client and get my external IP, I get the VPN’s IP, therefore Google cloud machine’s IP. When I try to connect other machines that are blocked by the Google cloud’s firewall, I can access. Also ..
I am setting up a docker container test environment of a Spring Cloud Config Server and Eureka Discovery Service to a server running Oracle Linux 8. Before anything else, I added the following port from firewalld to allow inbound (reloaded and restarted the firewall after): 8086: Spring Cloud Config Server 8087: Eureka Discovery Service I ..
I realized that recently docker add integration with firewalld and I just want to setup my server using firewalld instead of iptables boring rules and chains. This is my docker zone output: [email protected]:~# sudo firewall-cmd –zone=docker –list-all docker (active) target: DROP icmp-block-inversion: no interfaces: br-0a659f93a5b6 br-be2e44b2b069 docker0 sources: services: ports: protocols: masquerade: no forward-ports: source-ports: ..
I have a Linode setup and I’ve setup UFW to block ports, particularly 8080. I’ve reloaded the firewall and I’m still able to access the webapp through the web. UFW: Status: active To Action From — —— —- 787/tcp ALLOW Anywhere 8080 DENY Anywhere 787/tcp (v6) ALLOW Anywhere (v6) 8080 (v6) DENY Anywhere (v6) I ..
I tried to set up different containers using the –network host setting and could not connect to any of them. The debian and docker installations are as unmodified as it gets. Using the bridge network option works, but I want to use the host network because of performance reasons (mainly for running gameservers). I can ..
I have a project that I really need to solve, I’m already 2 weeks trying to solve this but I can’t, I’m studying docker, but still lost in construction to raise the services I need Set up an environment using the Docker Compose, using any linux distribution as the operating system. FirewallNginxWeb server 01Web server ..
Intro I have a microservice running inside a docker container. The docker container is running on the company’s server (Debian 10) with the IP address 126.96.36.199. The companys IP addresses are of the form 188.8.131.52/16 (see the iptables rules below). This microservice needs to talk with an another server with the following IP-Address: 184.108.40.206. Problem ..
Intro I have a microservice running inside a docker container. The docker container is running on the company’s server (Debian 10) with the IP-address 220.127.116.11. The companies IP addresses are of the form 18.104.22.168/16 (see the iptables rules below). This service needs to resolve a passed hostname into the following IP address: 22.214.171.124. Problem Everything ..
I have a web application (open Source CKAN) using docker which is running on a public server. the application is available and publicly reachable using http://ip-address:5000. On the same server, other applications are running on different ports. All applications have to be reachable under port 80 and 443. So, the approach is to use apache ..
I’m trying to run an application in Docker on an EC2 instance. It is two separate processes. I’m able to access the ports for process 1, but not process 2. Process 1 listens on the following ports: 2008 8080 Process two listens on the these ports: 2021 8084 The security rules allow for all traffic ..