Changing default subnet for docker custom networks

Our internal network has the range reserved for internal purposes and docker uses the 172 range by default for its internal networking. I can reset the bridge to live in 192.168 by providing the bip setting to the daemon:

➜  ~ sudo cat /etc/docker/daemon.json
  "bip": ""

➜  ~ ifconfig                        
docker0: flags=4099<UP,BROADCAST,MULTICAST>  mtu 1500
    inet  netmask  broadcast

However, when creating new custom networks via docker network create or by defining them in the networks sections of the docker-compose.yaml these are still created in 172, thus eventually clashing with 172.20:

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  • ➜  ~ docker network create foo
    ➜  ~ docker network inspect foo | grep Subnet
                    "Subnet": "",
    ➜  ~ docker network create foo1              
    ➜  ~ docker network inspect foo1 | grep Subnet
                    "Subnet": "",

    I understand I can provide the subnet value to docker network create, but I rather want all such subnets created under 192.168.*.

    How can one configure dockerd to do this automatically?

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    I have just found out that according to the following (still open) pull request, this is still not possible:

    I will be more than happy to delete this “answer” if you guys know better.

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