Recently someone asked me how to get the IP address of a running Docker from the Docker host directly so I decided to put together a few examples of how to do that!
Hope that this helps!
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There are a few ways to get the IP address of a specific docker container. I will go through a couple of them.
The first thing you need to do is either get the ID or the name of your container. You can do that with the following command:
Once you get the container ID or name, you could use one of the following commands in order to get the IP address of your container:
As this is quite a long command, here are a couple of alternatives.
For more information, make sure to check out the official documentation here:
I hope that this helps! Regards, Bobby