Docker Networking

When running a DockerDocker
Docker is a [[Container Engine]] that helps people easily develop and ship their applications.

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[[Docker Networking]]

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container, there are several networking options to chose from:


Runs a container in a completely isolated network. Container can't reach anything outside of it, and nothing can reach the container.

docker run --network none nginx


Host option attaches the container to the host network. This approach provides no network isolation between the container and the host. In other words, if you create a container that listens on port 8080, there is no need to do any additional port mapping, the container will be available on localhost:8080

docker run --network host nginx


This is the most often used networking option. In this case, an internal private network is created for the host and the containers to attach to. The network has IP address by default, and each container connected to this network gets their own IP address on it, e.g. ,

See Docker Bridge NetworkDocker Bridge Network
When [[Docker]] is installed, it creates an internal private network which is by default called bridge . You can see this network like this:

docker network ls
for more details on how this works.

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