Get your containers to show up on your router (MacVLAN networks)
This time we are focusing on Docker MacVLAN networks, to get our containers to show up on our router.
Previously we talked about Bridge networks in this article. This time we are focusing on MacVLAN networks. This is an interesting network type, because we can get our containers to individually show up on our router.
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Benefits of MacVLAN network
When we have containers running, connected to a MacVLAN network, they get their own IP-address and MAC-address. This makes the containers appear as physical devices on the network, and we can see them individually on our router software, and monitor their network behaviour.