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establish-routing-to-docker-osx-container-network
#!/bin/bash
# Script to instruct the Mac how to route packets to the
# software defined network where containers created via boot2docker
# reside. This lets you casually directly to ports (ssh, http, etc. etc.)
# on those containers.
function ERROR(){ echo "ERROR: $*" ; }
function FAIL(){ echo "FAILING: $*" ; exit 1; }
IP_OF_DOCKER_HOST="172.16.42.43"
SDN_NET_FOR_CONTAINERS=$(docker-osx ssh -c 'ip route show' 2> /dev/null | awk '/docker0/{print $1}' )
echo "Establishing route to $SDN_NET_FOR_CONTAINERS via $IP_OF_DOCKER_HOST"
if netstat -rn | awk "\$2 == \"$IP_OF_DOCKER_HOST\" {exit(1);}" ; then
sudo route -n add "$SDN_NET_FOR_CONTAINERS" "$IP_OF_DOCKER_HOST"
else
ERROR "Already routing something to the docker VM ..."
netstat -rn \
| awk '$2 == "192.168.59.103"||/Destination.*Refs/{print;}'
FAIL "... so never mind."
fi
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