I can't get Docker containers to access the internet?

I’m my wits end with this, I’ve combed every single google result and nothing helps.

I’m completely unable to get docker containers to access the internet. IP forwarding is enabled (net.ipv4.ip_forward = 1), ufw is turned off, I’ve tried adding the -dns -dns flags. Every possible solution I’ve ever found on google fails.

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  • 2 Solutions collect form web for “I can't get Docker containers to access the internet?”

    I was facing the same problem. So, to solve that issue I’ve started the container using the argument --net=host, it worked perfectly for me.

    Here goes the full statement

    sudo docker start --net=host -it --name ex_ngninx ubuntu

    Resolved. I followed the instructions in https://github.com/dotcloud/docker/issues/1809: commented out dns=dnsmasq line in NetworkManager.conf

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