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mjr0483

Citizen
Original poster
Oct 29, 2018
11
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Just installed PG 8 tonight.
Everything seems to be going ok but I ran into an issue.

All the containers are getting IP addresses from the Plexguide Network 172.18.0.0/16 .
Ifconfig shows
Docker IP at 172.18.0.1
and then a bunch of veth adapters.

And Plex is getting a 172.18.0.3 address and not the ethernet interface IP address it got from DHCP.
This is causing a double NAT issue.

How do I get netdata, Tautulli and Plex to keep the 192.168.1 address space?

Thanks
 

mjr0483

Citizen
Original poster
Oct 29, 2018
11
0
Just installed PG 8 tonight.
Everything seems to be going ok but I ran into an issue.

All the containers are getting IP addresses from the Plexguide Network 172.18.0.0/16 .
Ifconfig shows
Docker IP at 172.18.0.1
and then a bunch of veth adapters.

And Plex is getting a 172.18.0.3 address and not the ethernet interface IP address it got from DHCP.
This is causing a double NAT issue.

How do I get netdata, Tautulli and Plex to keep the 192.168.1 address space?

Thanks
I did a fresh install of Ubuntu and a fresh install of Plexguide.
Before I even choose any options, it installs Docker and Portainer and Plexguide network is already set as 172.8.0.0/16

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M

MrDoob

Guest
This IPS are Inside the dockers.

You see an output like this.

192.144.10.2:32400

Please dont change any IP*s Inside the portainer.

Look always on the last line if you install any apps
 

mjr0483

Citizen
Original poster
Oct 29, 2018
11
0
Well then I am pretty fudged.

When I reload Plex it says it found an insecure media server. And when I click on reload it tries to bring me to 172.17.0.3 which is the IP it is assigned to in Docker.

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mjr0483

Citizen
Original poster
Oct 29, 2018
11
0
I had to go login to the actual box instead of putting the local IP as it wouldn't find the server. As it is on another network. Here is the bigger problem. The double nat.
Your also suppposed to be able to choose the network IP but the 192 IP is not an option.

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Sejrup

Experienced
Jan 11, 2019
91
32
Are you not able to access your services on your LAN using the local IP of you PG box and the assigned port?
 

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