I’m trying to do something that I already did in the past with ubuntu 16.x when it was using ifupdown.
I’m not really a Linux guy and for what I try to do if I could configure a LXC docker instead of a VM I would probably be able to save 90% on ram Ressource.
Anyway, so apparently in ubuntu 17.x they changed ifupdown for Netplan. I need to give to all my docker an IP in the same range of my host which in my case is the network 192.168.124.0/23
At first I tried to follow this guide how to configure the bridge interface and it didn’t work at all :
The interfaces is showing up, but I lost all connection (I can’t ping internet, my local network, etc)
If some could help me with this problem, because I’m starting to become crazy
This is the config file that I made for /etc/netplan/*.yaml
network: version: 2 renderer: networkd ethernets: ens160: dhcp4: no dhcp6: no bridges: lxdr0: dhcp4: no interfaces: [ens160] addresses: [192.168.124.105/23] gateway4: 192.168.124.1 nameservers: addresses: [188.8.131.52] parameters: stp: false forward-delay: 0
I have installed bridge-utils
If someone can help me figuring out why is not working
Just clarify I have all the required space in my original file