I would like to know how to change the network range that the docker service goes up to when starting the cluster installation in Azure. I tried to use some parameters of the "Engine Options" but without success. Docker always goes up with the 172.17.0.0 network which is exactly the company's internal network.
Thanks for the tip, but I'm still looking for how to do this through the Azure template. I use this idea in implementations that use Vsphere, in this case there are cloud-init parameters that are passed. In the case of Azure, I still haven't found in the template where I can change this network. As I can't change my cluster in Azure it doesn't communicate with my on-premises network.
09/23/2022, 1:17 PM
I've read somewhere that you need to use an IP address in the CIDR so 192.168.10.*2*/24 works but 192.168.10.*0*/24 will not.
09/23/2022, 5:10 PM
I believe there is another problem with my template, even inserting the indicated configuration I had the same problem