Docker images are unable to connect to the internet. I am behind a corporate firewall, and have done the DNS stuff, in both /etc/default/docker and /etc/resolv.conf
However, I am not even able to access things in my local network. viz:
docker run busybox ping -c 1 10.[remainder_of_host_network_ip] fails.
I have performed the steps for resetting the bridge described elsewhere:
pkill docker iptables -t nat -F ifconfig docker0 down brctl delbr docker0 docker -d
EXCEPT for the
docker -d bit, which seems to be deprecated. If anyone knows what that does, and how to do that now, that might help...
wireshark shows that the following packet just gets repeated a ton of times, and never really resolves:
43 60.451954286 02:42:ac:11:00:02 -> Broadcast ARP 42 Who has 172.17.0.1? Tell 172.17.0.2
172.17.0.1 is my docker0 interface. I assume that 172.17.0.2 is the container.
Any thoughts on what is wrong?