I’ve tried experimenting with various suggestions but nothing seems to work.
I have applications I need to run inside containers that require up to 15-20 tcp/udp ports. When running lots of these (in a qa/testing environment), it becomes unmanageable to expose all those ports using the normal docker bridge and natting the ports.
So I’d like to have each container assigned an ip address - so it is visible from an external network.
I’m running my engine on centos 7.3 with kernel 4.9.
Has anyone done this - and if so, please tell me how you did it.