Happy New Year All!
It was just pointed out to me that I had not cancelled the meeting
invite for the January Podman Community Meeting in Blue Jeans. I have
just done so as we decided to not hold the January meeting given how
close to the holidays it was.
We will meet next at 11:00 a.m. Eastern (UTC-5) on Tuesday February 2,
2021. I'll send out an agenda about two weeks prior to the meeting, if
you have any topics that you would like to present or discuss, please
let me know.
I have a pod that has a service running that has to run on a VPN. I've been able to make this setup work and I'm able to access the service on my local network too.
The set up is:
> podman pod create --name=mypod --share net -p 8080:8080
> podman run -d --name=vpn --cap-add=NET_ADMIN --device /dev/net/tun --restart unless-stopped openvpn
> podman run -d --name=myservice --restart unless-stopped myservice
I've now figured out that the container `myservice` may also need a non-vpn connection. Therefore I'd like to add an additional nic to the container, that _isn't_ running over the VPN.
Is there a solution at all for this?
Failing that, I can setup a small proxy within the same pod that I can point `myservice` to. Would it be possible to ensure said proxy doesn't run over the VPN?
Note, I'm aware that I could potentially run aforementioned proxy on a separate pod, and then point myservice to the proxy pod, though I'd like to avoid that if possible.
Happy to provide additional clarifications.