For some special use cases it would be fine if rancher could handle multiple network interfaces and macvlan (bridge vlan into a container). Will it possible / supported with Rancher 2.0?
Would it possible to use the following docker-compose.yml as expected with Rancher (2.0) @denise?
version: '2' services: fw: image: alpine networks: vlan888: vlan999: cap_add: - NET_ADMIN - NET_RAW tty: true stdin_open: true command: sh vpn: image: alpine network_mode: "service:fw" depends_on: - fw tty: true stdin_open: true command: sh networks: vlan888: driver: macvlan driver_opts: parent: eth1.888 ipam: config: - subnet: 10.25.86.0/24 gateway: 10.25.86.1 vlan999: driver: macvlan driver_opts: parent: eth1.999 ipam: config: - subnet: 10.25.87.0/24 gateway: 10.25.87.1
AFAIK Kubernetes does not support multiple networks.
Thanks, @vincent. So I should use docker-compose for that special use case.