Hi everyone! I am quite new to docker but I think I have some of the basics down. Creating and running docker containers is quite easy and I am enjoying it quite a bit.
With my ISP I am in a double-nat scenario, but they do issue out public IPv6 addresses. I am currently running NextCloud on a VM over IPv6 without issue. Even with this, I am still struggling a bit to understand how docker handles IPv6. I would like to get my NextCloud instance moved to a docker conatiner (Along with several other VM’s) to help save resources on my hypervisor at home.
Currently I have tried this:
My docker containers do put an ipv6 IP address and ping each other on this (but they can’t ping out to google, i.e ping6 google.com).
Will IPv6 work similarly to IPv4 with docker? If I open ports 443 on a nextcloud docker container, would I simply need to visit the hosts IPv6 address? Or should I get the containers IPv6 addresses to be publically accessible through my ISP as well?
Sorry for all the questions, but I am looking forward to getting this up and running.