I have created successfully(all is working) docker-compose file in my linux virtualbox machine. Then I took it to my mac. After creating the containers I tried to access the webpage, but browser refused to access it. I then took official php container and tried that with this compose file, it is also not working in mac. I think the problem is the creation of a static ip, but can not figure out what I am doing wrong?
What am i doing wrong in this compose file(how can i create the static ip that works in mac)?
Why static ip works in linux, but not in mac?
For the future where can I find information about the differences of network creation to linux and mac host(how they different and why)?
My docker-compose file:
version: '2' services: web: container_name: app1 restart: always build: context: /home/docker/Documents/app1 dockerfile: Dockerfile ports: - "80" depends_on: - db networks: vpcbr: ipv4_address: 10.5.0.5 tty: true db: container_name: app1_db restart: always image: mysql:5.6 ports: - "3306" networks: vpcbr: ipv4_address: 10.5.0.6 environment: - MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=root - MYSQL_DATABASE=magento2 networks: vpcbr: driver: bridge ipam: config: - subnet: 10.5.0.0/16 gateway: 10.5.0.1
I have found this post from stackoverflow.com/. In it user @zainengineer writes that “Modern docker-compose will automatically create containers with static ip for you”. I can not understand, does that mean, when I create container using docker-compose v3 that the container ip is stored somewhere and because of that static ip is only in v2? I have not found any additional information about that in docker documentation.