How To Create And Manage Docker Networks On Ubuntu Linux

How To Create And Manage Docker Networks On Ubuntu Linux

Out of the box, Docker creates three networks:
bridge – An automatically generated network with a subnet and a gateway.
host – Allows a container to attach to the host’s network.
none – A container-specific network stack that lacks a network interface.

In this video, I will show you how you can manage and create your own docker networks.

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2 thoughts on “How To Create And Manage Docker Networks On Ubuntu Linux”
  1. Thanks Amine. Good one. Do you know how to update the default 'bridge' network's Subnet and Gateway, rather creating a new network? Can u please make a video on the same?

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