Default Bridge Network on Docker Networking

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sudo docker network ls
sudo docker run -dit — name alpine1 alpine ash
sudo docker run -dit — name alpine2 alpine ash
sudo docker container ls
sudo docker network inspect bridge
sudo docker network inspect bridge
# ip add
# ping -c 3 8.8.8.8
# ping -c 3 172.17.0.3
sudo docker container rm -f alpine1 alpine2

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This is my little notes based my experiment and my learning. Keep learning and keep calm.

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