I’m using Google Translate, as I’m not good at English. I created an Oracle Cloud account to use the free tier services. I’m running an ubuntu 22.04 instance and I’ve configured the vcn to allow all traffic on port 8443.
I have the lxdware service running on a vps in Contabo. I did a new installation of lxd via snap in the oracle instance, ran the lxd init command, configured the network as a bridge and did all the settings to access oracle’s lxd through lxdware in the account. So far, everything has worked out.
However, in lxdware I request that it download an image for the ubuntu container and, soon after, I create a container. This container does not receive ipv4 but receives ipv6. I had already done all of this at Contabo, with no problems. But in Oracle I’m having this problem.
I read several posts here on the forum about similar problems (containers not receiving ipv4). I configured the firewall in several ways, as well as configured the oracle’s vcn in several ways, but, so far, I still haven’t been able to make a container receive ipv4 in the instance that I’m running in oracle.