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  • Help on single NIC, multiple IP config

    dc3ax - - Network

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    Ups, seems that I opened another request on the same issue... But more closer to OMV... I added virtual interfaces to my primary ethernet interface. I can now address these interfaces in the docker configuration and that part works really good. So all this complicated macvlan and routing is not needed. However I ran into the issue, that OMV just acquires any available ethernet interface for itself. The problem, that OMV is blocking ports, that are needed by my docker containers hasn't changed as…

  • OMV and virtual ethernet interfaces

    dc3ax - - General

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    Hi there! I am using several docker containers on OMV and it now happens, that I need to add virtual IP interfaces for two reasons: 1) While the OMV part is exposed to the net, some services do not need to be. 2) Some services share the same ports and cannot easily be configured to use different ports. Unfortunately OMV is grabbing all port 80 and 443 on all interfaces automatically and therefore fails to set the configuration, as nginx fails to restart while saving the new configuration. So I p…

  • Help on single NIC, multiple IP config

    dc3ax - - Network

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    Thanks @macom but I have a question to this. I found that macvlan setting in the OMV GUI but hassled to set it up, as vlan sounded to me like something I set up for dividing internal network and guest network on my UniFi switches and access points. So allow me a few additional questions: The macvlan option can be set per docker container, but sounds like a setting for the docker system. What I need is a single additional IP for two of my 5 containers which should be in my internal IP address ran…

  • Help on single NIC, multiple IP config

    dc3ax - - Network

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    Hi! I use OMV a lot and I also use the docker feature a lot on the OMV server. But having several web enabled container running, I am running out of ports. And changing default ports of certain containers makes life hard, as you have to remember these or you need to reconfigure depending things... Before using docker, I had virtual machines running in virtualbox, but I found it very unpleasant as it locks too many resources. Docker runs far more smooth on my AMD64 based server. However it was ve…