I am going to assume you are running all your docker containers on a single server.When i use the container name from nzbget in sonarr and radarr that works. But i installed also tautulli and ombi.
In ombi i can also use the containername for sonarr and radarr, but i cannot connect to plex with the containername.
Tautulli works only with the docker ip from plex.
I use debian with plexguide 7.4.13.
Anybody else with these problems?
The way explained above usually works, but occasionally I've found a small change works when the "standard" doesn't.Yes, i have all docker container running on a single server.
I believe you, but unfortunately that does not work for me.
I can connect from ombi to radarr and sonarr with the containername without problems, but i cannot connect to plex.
Which OS did you use?
I use debian.
Most of the containers are in both networks. One is the "bridge" and the other the "Plex" network.I followed exactly these steps, but unfortunately this does not work for me.
My plex container has another ip range as the other containers.
plex container has 172.18.0... and the other containers 172.17.0....
is that so okay?
Using the container IPs is "doing something wrong"tautulli connection to the plex server is STILL flakey for me.
namely every time i open tautulli has lost the connection to the plex backend(because the container ip has chanegd after reboot for eg) and therefore my stats are not being updates correctly.
still no fix for this after all this time(unless i am doing something wrong of course).