Running docker gitlab-runner with net=host option

I’ve also been having enormous problem setting up docker gitlab-runner containers with net=”host” option. Even though in version 1.1 option “docker-network-mode” was introduced I cannot make it work. My config.toml in gitlab-runner container is:

    name = "name"
    url = "giturl"
    token = "token"
    executor = "docker"
      tls_verify = false
      image = "maven:3.3.9-jdk-8"
      network_mode = "host"
      privileged = false
      disable_cache = false
      volumes = ["/cache"]

and runner does not work with net=host mode. Anyone made it work?

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