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Once you have created and installed a custom network driver, you can create a network which uses that driver with the --driver flag.

You can inspect the network, connect and disconnect containers from it, and remove it. A specific plugin may have specific requirements in order to be used. Check that plugin’s documentation for specific information. For more information on writing plugins, see Extending Docker and Writing a network driver plugin .

Docker daemon runs an embedded DNS server which provides DNS resolution among containers connected to the same user-defined network, so that these containers can resolve container names to IP addresses. If the embedded DNS server is unable to resolve the request, it will be forwarded to any external DNS servers configured for the container. To facilitate this when the container is created, only the embedded DNS server reachable at 127.0.0.11 will be listed in the container’s resolv.conf file. For more information on embedded DNS server on user-defined networks, see embedded DNS server in user-defined networks

In Docker networking, there are two different mechanisms that directly involve network ports: exposing and publishing ports. This applies to the default bridge network and user-defined bridge networks.

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You publish ports using the --publish or --publish-all flag to docker run . This tells Docker which ports to open on the container’s network interface. When a port is published, it is mapped to an available high-order port (higher than 30000 ) on the host machine, unless you specify the port to map to on the host machine at runtime. You cannot specify the port to map to on the host machine when you build the image (in the Dockerfile), because there is no way to guarantee that the port will be available on the host machine where you run the image.

This example publishes port 80 in the container to a random high port (in this case, 32768 ) on the host machine. The -d flag causes the container to run in the background so you can issue the docker ps command.

The next example specifies that port 80 should be mapped to port 8080 on the host machine. It will fail if port 8080 is not available.

If your container needs to use an HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP proxy server, you can configure it in different ways:

In Docker 17.07 and higher, you can configure the Docker client to pass proxy information to containers automatically.

In Docker 17.06 and lower, you must set appropriate environment variables within the container. You can do this when you build the image (which makes the image less portable) or when you create or run the container.

On the Docker client, create or edit the file ~/.config.json in the home directory of the user which starts containers. Add JSON such as the following, substituting the type of proxy with httpsProxy or ftpProxy if necessary, and substituting the address and port of the proxy server. You can configure multiple proxy servers at the same time.