I want to create a docker network that has all packets tagged with a VLAN ID, and containers on this network can expose ports via an interface that is assigned an IP address by DHCP. My hope is that I can do this with bridge networking. My first attempt at this is to create the ..
I am trying to set up a pihole docker instance running on a macvlan on a Raspberry Pi 4B. I am unable to ping the external internet from my container. I’ve managed to reduce the problem for replication: Create a macvlan on wlan0, which has promiscuous mode enabled. Launch a docker container and attempt to ..
I want to make a docker container with IP different from macOS host. It seems that both macvlan and ipvlan can be used for this purpose. But the documentation is not very clear to me. Supposed the gateway of a local network (DHCP) is 192.168.1.1. $ ifconfig en0 en0: flags=8863<UP,BROADCAST,SMART,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 options=400<CHANNEL_IO> ether xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx ..
How do I make docker container use specific device(say ens256) on host machine so that traffic will be forwarded outside via specified device(ens256) only? Source: Docker..
I setup the kubernetes cluster using k3s. I have one master and two nodes. I created docker macvlan network on one of the node. I want to achieve below mentioned scenario. Assign IP to container/pod.(user defined IP, not cluster IP). q1.Is there any alternative option for docker macvlan? q2.Can we run command on node (not ..
I know there is a ‘–mac-address’ option when running ‘docker run’ command. This way we can assign MAC address to eth0 of that container. However when I use ‘docker network connect NETWORK CONTAINER’ to connect this container to a docker macvlan network, a new interface eth1 will be created on that container with mac address ..
Problem When I assign a macvlan address to a pod (using multus CNI), I am able to access it from the host subnet in which it is located, but I cannot access it from devices in a different subnet. Steps to Reproduce (for bugs) Install k8s Install a CNI (calico, flannel, kube-router, same issue occurs ..
The Goal Run a single haproxy container in the swarm with a static IP on my LAN that will be recreated if a node fails. In essence, it would be akin to a VIP pointing to haproxy but without requiring an external load balancer outside of the swarm. What works – local macvlan Example: Creating ..
I created a macvlan network on 3 swarm managers using the following commands. Executed this on every node. $docker network create –config-only –subnet 192.168.0.0/24 –gateway 192.168.0.1 –ip-range 192.168.0.192/27 -o parent=eth0 collabnet Executed this on 1 node. $docker network create -d macvlan –scope swarm –config-from collabnet swarm-macvlan Created a service $ docker service create –replicas 3 ..
I created this docker macvlan (below). docker network create -d macvlan –subnet=51.xx.6.65/24 –subnet=167.yy.46.168/24 –gateway=51.xx.6.254 –gateway=167.yy.46.254 -o parent=eno1 pub_net2 Then I ran some containers using those IP by mac addreses. Now I have some new IP addresses (new subnet and gateway). Can I include these into the pub_net2 ? Is it possible to change / alter ..