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Accessing container running on bridge network from secondary port of host PC

I have Linux Debian PC with two Network interfaces: X1 & X2

Port X1 has IP : 132.186.90.12

Port X2 has IP : 172.17.0.111

I Created a bridge network to have its own network for conatainers using following command in this Debian linux PC

docker network create -d bridge --subnet 192.168.0.0/24 --gateway 192.168.0.1 mynet

Then i create container instances using following command

docker run --name container1 --rm -it -d --net=mynet mydockerimg

a container get created with IP 192.168.0.2 and broadcasts some data over port 4840

I am able to ping “192.168.0.2” from X1 sucessfully.

but a ping “192.168.0.2” from X2 fails, what could be the reason ?