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Docker Networking: macvlans with VLANs

If you have read my introduction to macvlans and tried the basic macvlan bridge mode network configuration you are aware that a single Docker host network interface can serve as a parent interface to one macvlan or ipvlan network only. One macvlan, one Layer 2 domain and one subnet per physical interface, however, is a rather serious limitation in a…

Docker Networking: macvlan bridge

Docker takes a slightly different approach with its network drivers, confusing new users which are familiar with general terms used by other virtualization products. If you are looking for a way to bridge the container into a physical network, you have come to the right place. You can connect the container into a physical Layer 2 network by using macvlan…

Macvlan vs Ipvlan

I’ve covered macvlans in the Bridge vs Macvlan post. If you are new to macvlan concept, go ahead and read it first. Macvlan To recap:┬áMacvlan allows you to configure sub-interfaces (also termed slave devices) of a parent, physical Ethernet interface (also termed upper device), each with its own unique MAC address, and consequently its own IP address. Applications, VMs and…