I am new to Docker and I am a bit stuck, I am running it on a Synology NAS running DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update 5.
I have 3 working containers which are accessible on my NAS IP with their own Ports which is OK.
However for the purposes of traffic monitoring I really need these containers to have their own dedicated IP, sor for example…
10.0.0.1 - Gateway
10.0.0.2 - NAS
10.0.0.3 - Docker Instance 1
10.0.0.4 - Docker instance 2
10.0.0.5 - Docker instance 3
This is the only way I can control traffic in the individual containers seperatly and monitor it.
I don’t care if it uses DHCP or if they are Statically Assigned in the Containers themselves just so long as they have their own dedicated LAN IP’s.
I tried creating a new container saying use the host network but this just puts it on the NAS’s LAN IP and does not give it a unique IP.
Any help would be appriciated, I am no networking expert or linux though I have dabbled a little so I am hoping i can find a way.