John Willis

Docker Tutorial 13 – Getting Started with the New Experimental Docker Networking

This is a casual Docker tutorial series. We will start out first with very simple sessions on how to install and use the docker run command. In future videos we will hit more advanced topics.

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This latest video gives an introductory overview of the new Docker networking model called Libnetwork. We will show how to install and use VXLAN multi-host networking with Docker.

Here are the gistfile commands used in this video: https://github.com/docker/libnetwork/blob/master/docs/overlay.md
See you next time,
John Willis
@botchagalupe

 


 

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More Docker Tutorials:

Docker Tutorial 1 – Installing Docker

Docker Tutorial 2 – Run Command Basics

Docker Tutorial 3 – Fun with Volumes

Docker Tutorial 4 – More “Run” with some 1.6 Goodies

Docker Tutorial 5 – Basic Networking

Docker Tutorial 6 – Dockerfile (Part 1)

Docker Tutorial 7 – Dockerfile (Part 2)

Docker Tutorial 8 – Troubleshooting with Sysdig

Docker Tutorial 9 – Docker Machine

Docker Tutorial 10 – Docker Compose

Docker Tutorial 11 – Docker Swarm

Docker Tutorial 12 – Kitematic

 


 

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Docker Tutorial 13 – Getting Started with the New Experimental Docker Networking


2 Responses to “Docker Tutorial 13 – Getting Started with the New Experimental Docker Networking”

  1. Dave English

    Hi John

    Thanks for your tutorial. I have just worked through and seen it working for myself.

    One thing puzzles me a little bit, though.

    The ping by ip address looks OK. But the ping by service name is pinging a localhost address, specifically 127.0.53.53, regardless of service name and the ping times are suspiciously shorter than for the bridge. I see the same on your video. Mine is against: “Docker version 1.8.0-dev, build 8c7cd78, experimental”

    Am I right and that service name is not being resolved to the right IP address?

    Thanks again

    Reply
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