What if your docker works with linux?
Docker Container to access host ports => https://github.com/qoomon/docker-host.
This worked ! Thank you
Yes, same issue here and a valid use case.
As per this page you can also use
host.docker.internal as a platform-agnostic way to reference the host.
I thought you were going to be my hero… but as per the very next sentence on that page,
This is for development purpose and will not work in a production environment outside of Docker for Windows.
EDIT: I see the same comment in the Mac docs saying the same thing, all as of 18.03, however I have 18.07 and that does not resolve.
Can you use environment variables for that matter? You can write any host information (the host ip) in a variable and pass it to the container the moment you run it.
Yes, check this post.
thank you ! you saved my week <3
My situation is to use the host HTTP Proxy in order to access the outer network for the build task.
Aside, for Linux this seems to require
--add-host=host.docker.internal:host-gateway. Or use
172.17.0.1 instead of