Disclosure: I'm new to docker.
I am having trouble connecting my docker containers to the network. I have the container started and in its bash I use
ping6 to another address on the network and I get destination unreachable. I have no network access so I can't
yum install wireshark to see what's going on.
I have two subnets (
fc8c:979b:1f4e:6ec7::/64 [my lan] and
fd45:73cb:008d:16b7::/64 [for docker-containers]). If these were physical servers I would assign the docker-host as ip
fd45:73cb:8d:16b7:694f:c5d1:818:4651 to be the gateway. Then I would assign static, randomly generated, IPs from
fd45:73cb:8d:16b7::/64 to the docker-containers and setup the appropriate routes.
The question then .. How do I get docker-host to act as my gateway? How do I get docker-host to send the router advertisement (or equivalent) to the docker-containers?
I see a
docker0 ethernet adapter, but I don't want to configure it with
ip if I need to use