Docker swarm on AWS – swarm services cannot access internet
I’ve create a docker swarm (
Docker version 17.03.1-ce) of one manager and 2 workers. All swarm nodes can “ping stackoverflow.com” but inside the swarm service containers I can “ping 184.108.40.206” and not “ping stackoverflow.com”, they can not resolve the domain name.
on the manager I have in
search eu-central-1.compute.internal nameserver 10.0.0.2
and on one of the containers I have in
search eu-central-1.compute.internal nameserver 127.0.0.11 options ndots:0
$ docker network ls NETWORK ID NAME DRIVER SCOPE ID bridge bridge local ID docker_gwbridge bridge local ID host host local ID ingress overlay swarm ID my_overlay overlay swarm ID none null local
I start the docker service this way:
docker service create \ --name myservice \ --replicas 1 \ --endpoint-mode dnsrr \ --network my_overlay \ --constraint 'node.role == manager' \ --env COOKIE='SRV insert indirect nocache maxidle 30m maxlife 8h' \ --env VIRTUAL_HOST='myservice' \ --env SERVICE_PORTS='8080' \ myservice_image
AWS VPC and security groups are configured correctly I think, since ec2 instances can reach external domain names, and can be reached externally too.
Why can’t myservice resolve for example
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It seems that the problem is solved.
I habe to add
"dns": ["220.127.116.11","18.104.22.168"] to
I tried to do the same in /etc/default/docker, it didn’t work, I guess that’s the old way.