TL;DR; How do we setup routing in Windows to get Linux docker containers reachable by thier IP addresses? That’s possible right? Detailed Hi all, I understand that linux containers in windows are created inside a VM, so it’s fine that networking won’t work out of the box while in windows host, but there is a ..
I am new to docker. I installed docker on Windows 10. Also, I have installed SSH on my win. I have a pylucene docker container Up and I have no problem with executing it. but when I want to ping this docker container from my win, … Also SSH connect to this container fails, Source: ..
Help appreciated to make me understand what is happening. This is inside my container (based on Ubuntu 18.04): [email protected]:/home# ping bash: ping: command not found [email protected]:/home# /bin/ping bash: /bin/ping: command not found Ok, maybe it’s not installed. But: # apt install net-tools Reading package lists… Done Building dependency tree Reading state information… Done net-tools is ..
I have made a script in python which pings all the host of a certain network. I used the the subprocess library. When I run it on my computer it works fine, but when I dockerize the script and run the container I obtain the following error : File "./ping_v2.2.py", line 37, in <module> resultados ..
I am running a Java application inside a Docker container, which tries to scrape some content from the DHL tracking URL https://ecommerceportal.dhl.com/track/ This has been working fine, but a few days ago, it stopped working with an UnknownHostException. From inside the Docker container, I am not able to ping the host: [email protected]:/# ping ecommerceportal.dhl.com ping: ..
I’m trying to access a machine from a docker container without success. Example of the setup: HOST – Simple linux machine with docker containers running. DEST – Machine I’m trying to get access to. The host itself can ping the DEST machine with no issues. When I try to ping the DEST machine from the ..
I run docker containers on a Synology NAS. All container using the host driver have network connection but none of the containers using the bridge driver have. In the past it worked but some months ago one of my experimental containers experienced network problems Environment: Synology DS218+ DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 2 10 GB internal memory ..
So I’m trying to ping between my two computers, but I’m having trouble because I have docker installed on one of my computers. The error I get when I try to ping from computer A (with docker) to computer B (without) is: I tried tracing the problem (tracing from computer A to itself) but it ..
|—————————————-| | | | |——————————–| | | | | | | | docker(CentOS) 172.18.0.2 | | | |——————————–| | | | | Virtual Machine(CentOS) 192.168.27.143 | |—————————————-| Windows 192.168.137.123 Windows can ping Virtual Machine Virtual Machine can ping Windows Virtual Machine can ping docker Docker can ping Virtual Machine Docker can ping Windows BUT WINDOWS ..
So I want to test my program which is supposed to check if a website is down or not (pingable). It works like the following: I have one container is just a simple HTTP server and I have another container which has a c# program on it that is supposed to ping the other container ..