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cSRX Pod With Internal Network

With bridge plugin, all containers on the same host are plugged into a bridge (virtual switch) that resides in the host network name space. The containers receive one end of the veth pair with the other end connected to the bridge. An IP address is only assigned to one end of the veth pair in the container. The bridge itself can also be assigned an IP address, turning it into a gateway for the containers. Alternatively, the bridge can function in L2 mode and would need to be bridged to the host network interface (if other than container-to-container communication on the same host is desired). The network configuration specifies the name of the bridge to be used.

To connect cSRX with external network using bridge:

Figure 1: Connecting cSRX to Internal Network with Bridge PluginConnecting cSRX to Internal Network with Bridge Plugin
  1. Create the network-conf-1-1.yaml file and add the text content.
  2. Create the network-conf-2-1.yaml file and add the text content.
  3. Create the srv-pod-1.yaml file and add the text content.
  4. Create the csrx.yaml file and add the text content.
  5. Create the srv-pod-3.yaml file and add the text content.