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Posted: 29 Jul 2020, 23:34
is possible to use portainer to manage dockers?
Posted: 03 Aug 2020, 02:15
I am currently looking for help with how to setup Portainer too.
I can run and access Portainer, however when I create a 'Stack' from within Portainer, not of the container that were in said stack are able to access outside of their own local docker network; i.e. I cannot ping any real devices on my network or services on the internet. Running
suggested that Portainer is not creating the rules that are needed.
If anyone knows what causes this issue, or how to resolve it, the help would be greatly appreciated.
Posted: 03 Aug 2020, 14:38
For detailed instructions for each container, please google online for help.
Posted: 03 Aug 2020, 16:10
Could you elaborate on this answer? As far as I'm aware, the issue is not related to any specific container as it happens with all containers.
Posted: 04 Aug 2020, 17:29
Sorry for the misunderstanding.
A new package of Docker will be released maybe next week to fix the problem you mentioned. Please wait patiently.
Posted: 06 Aug 2020, 05:31
That's not a problem. Thank you for the information, and I eagerly await the update!
Posted: 17 Aug 2020, 16:30
Hello, I received an update to the Docker package today however it did not fix the issue mentioned. Is there any more information on this?
Posted: 12 Oct 2020, 06:03
Yes, you can!
I set it up following this video (intended for Synology):
If it doesn't open at the right time, 5:30 is where it starts explaining what to do.
You'll need to SSH into your TNAS as root (same password as admin account for the web interface).