Nice to know that it helped a little bit to solve your problem. As far as I know podman
communicates with CNI to create/edit/delete container network interfaces and the
networking itself. A few weeks ago I played a little bit with IPv6 so I used it e.g. for
assigning a IPv6 pool as well as to add some static routes.
Hendrik Haddorp <hendrik.haddorp(a)gmx.net> hat am 17.07.2020
is interesting. It results in moving the interface into the container.
It's not quite what I wanted but might be good enough for the actually
thing I want to do.
On 7/17/20 4:11 PM, Phil Thiele wrote:
> Maybe this could help: https://github.com/containernetworking/plugins
> Phil T.
>> Hendrik Haddorp <hendrik.haddorp(a)gmx.net> hat am 17.07.2020 15:57
>> is it possible to connect a container to a bridge network and also to
>> the host network?
>> I would like for my container to have full access to the hosts network
>> interfaces but still have an IP in the normal bridge network so that
>> other containers can communicate with it normally.
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