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This video will help you understnad what is docker, why is docker networking essential, what is docker networking, features of docker networking, container network models, network drivers and finally a demo on networking with standalone containers using the default bridge network. Docker networking enables a user to link a Docker container to as many networks as he/she requires. Docker Networks are used to provide complete isolation for Docker containers.

Below are the topics we will be discussing in the video:
00.00.00 What is Docker?
00.02.26 Why Docker Networking Is Important?
00.03.39 What Is Docker Networking?
00.06.30 Features of Docker Networking
00.06.53 Container Network Models
00.11.00 Network Drivers
00.16.10 Demo – Networking with standalone containers using the default bridge network

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      Bruce Cichowlas
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Your explanation of the difference between the docker networks types is the best that I've found. What I want to do, though, is to have a separate TCP/IP address for each container and have that IP4 address visible on my local WiFi. I'm using CentOS7. I can do this pretty easily with VirtualBox by using its bridged adapter which, apparently, does it by attaching to my wifi card in some way. I can run 'dhclient' in the VirtualBox machine and it will tell me the ip address that was assigned by dhcp to that particular virrtual machine. I was hoping to do the same sort of thing with Docker. My problem is, basically, that I have other devices on my WiFi network that want to access the container on my Mac host.

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      Contact Di
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Frankly speaking, this was very bad tutorial on docker networking. Just reading and showing icons

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      bham karthik
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      I am not able to reach 172.17.0.1 using ping , i am getting Request timeout for icmp_seq 0, so what could be the problem, thanks in advance

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      Max Richard
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Good introduction to the topic. Keep it up!

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      Mehdi Benkhadra
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      amazing!

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      Kumaravel Rajan
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Great intro tutorial. Thanks.

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      Brury Tangkere
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Implementation docker will consume more IP address than virtual server right?
      VMs only need 1 IP address but docker need more than 1 IP for each container ?
      Pls correct me if i wrong

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      Tytus El
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Curry docker

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      gullal1
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Very good. How about other network implementation? Do you have a demo?

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      Anand Ramasamy
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Can the containers connect using the names? For example from alpine1 >>ping alpine2

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      Ricardo Hincapie
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Thank you. It was weird explaining at the beginning "what is Docker?" and then jump to a not beginners Networking Docker. I wasn't sure the expertise-level of the video.

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      Knowledge Sharing Stuffs
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      nicely explained

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      Mrs. Zeneli
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Oooops I think am not good at this🥵….AND YOU HELPED ME ❤💯😇🔥😘

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      Avinash Singh
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      Nice video

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      Aman Shahid
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

      In Hindi

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      Simplilearn
      May 07, 2022 04:13 am Reply

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