First time docker user so bear with me here, sorry if there was a better place for this. So I’m stuck on getting containers into my isolated environment.
My setup is a master node VM running Ubuntu 20.04 that has no access to internet or any other storage network and then a separate machine running Windows 10 Enterprise that has internet access but CANNOT have Docker on it due to security policies.
I managed to get docker installed onto it by downloading the containerd, docker-ce, and docker-ce_cli and packaging them into an ISO with WinISO then mounting and copying those files to the VM. Now I’m stuck trying to get containers (hello-world for testing purposes) onto the VM. I’ve seen people talk about using docker pull to get the container on a machine then exporting it but I don’t have access to any docker pull command that can get out tot he Internet. I’ve seen wget almost do what I’m asking but the solution always uses docker pull at some point on the non-isolated machine.
Is there any way to download a container file from Docker HUB on a Windows PC that can be packaged onto an ISO and mounted onto an isolated VM?
Thanks in advance, at this point any advice is welcome on the subject.