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New to unRAID with docker

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I am in the process of moving over to unRAID and want to try and reduce the kit I am using.

 

I have a setup with 1 onboard and a dual port Intel Pro 1000 NIC.

 

I would like to have at least 2 NIC configurations, 1 using gateway x.x.x.254 and one using a gateway of x.x.x.253

 

My assumption was to configure 2 bridges and then just assign the appropriate container to each but I can't get multiple bridges to show in the GUI.

Network Type shown:

Bridge

Host

None

Custom: br0

 

Have I completely misunderstood the setup or can someone point me in the right direction.

 

Thank you

 

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13 hours ago, twistedsanity said:

Found a way round this by using the custom command --network=container:contanername and pointing at another container with the vpn software running

Have you double checked that it actually gives you a new external IP i.e. you are routing through the VPN?

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Technically it doesn't get a new external IP as its using the other container for its connectivity, but yes confirmed the route and that there is no leak to other interfaces. TBH its a great solution to what I was looking to do. Also running packet trace at the firewall to make sure all is as it should be.

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