Docker container cannot access network

All my containers cannot access internet if run without ‘–net=host’.


  • distro: Ubuntu 13.04
  • docker: 1.6.2
  • go: go1.4.2
  • 2375 port: 2375/tcp ALLOW Anywhere
  • docker daemon:
    docker -d -H unix:///var/run/docker.sock --bip= -b docker0
  • docker0 interface: docker0: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 qdisc noqueue state DOWN


I can append --net=host manually, but kubernetes always runs the docker without it. So any dockers in pods cannot pull images. What’s worse, the Guestbook example failed either with the error connection refused, even add x.x.x.x redis-master in /etc/hosts of slaves.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Docker container cannot access network”

    Kubernetes allows you to enable host networking on a per-pod basis. See the configuration for the Kubernetes apiserver for an example of where in the yaml config you should specify "hostNetwork": true.

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