I'm still really new to docker, and in general have limited linux experience, so forgive me. I'm having issues getting a linux docker container to connect to a windows network share. It just acts like it cannot see the share. when i try to mount the share to a local folder in the container via kitematic i must use the UNC name of the share. If i try mounting the share as a mapped drive, or as a symbolic link on the system i get the prompt to share the drive, then the container crashes. using the unc it appears to mount, but nothing happens and according to the container, the directory looks empty. I have tried installing cifs-utils and key-utils and manually mounting the drive, but i get the error "Unable to find suitable address. I've even tried adding a macvlan with a static IP to the container and it made no difference. I can get the container to work correctly with a local directory on the host just fine, but that wont work for what i need. Any ideas?
for a bit of context. Im running lancache-monolithic, lancache-dns, and sni proxy in docker. I have a DFS share set up to replicate the cached content, and have a NFS cluster set up to load balance the traffic. It’s this nfs/dfs share im trying to mount to the lancache-monolithic container.