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TCP/IP Subnet Masking made easy - YouTube
Video explaining subnet masking. Even then it's still a little tough to comprehend. Might require a few viewings.
youtube  screencast  video  tutorial  networking  ipaddress  cidr  tcp  ip  subnet  masking  calculation  explanation  guide  reference  howto  example 
october 2018 by racl101
Connecting to a mysql running on a Docker container · Issue #95 · docker-library/mysql
Frankly, this forum page has no consensus on a solution to this issue. Nevertheless, what worked for me on my set up with running MacOS as the Docker host and running a container with: Ubuntu 16.04 and MySQL 5.7 is the following:

1) Within the container: change in /etc/mysql/mysql.conf.d/mysqld.cnf the bind-address option from 127.0.0.1 to 0.0.0.0
2) Restart MySQL server (note that whenever you start MySQL you must use this command in the Dockerfile:

RUN sed -i -e"s/^bind-address\s*=\s*127.0.0.1/bind-address = 0.0.0.0/" /etc/mysql/mysql.conf.d/mysqld.cnf
RUN find /var/lib/mysql -type f -exec touch {} \; && service mysql start

That is, you must touch the files in /var/lib/mysql and then start the server with service command and not systemctl.

Next, create a user separate from root e.g. dev_1, in MySQL and given them privileges to their '0.0.0.0' and '%' hosts. Like this in the Dockerfile:

RUN find /var/lib/mysql -type f -exec touch {} \; && service mysql start && mysql -uroot -proot mysql -e "GRANT ALL ON *.* TO root@'0.0.0.0' IDENTIFIED BY 'secret' WITH GRANT OPTION; CREATE USER 'dev_1'@'0.0.0.0' IDENTIFIED BY 'secret'; GRANT ALL ON *.* TO 'dev_1'@'0.0.0.0' IDENTIFIED BY 'secret' WITH GRANT OPTION; GRANT ALL ON *.* TO 'dev_1'@'%' IDENTIFIED BY 'secret' WITH GRANT OPTION; FLUSH PRIVILEGES;"

Then when you start the container you must publish the port number like so:

docker run -t -d -p 4406:3306 ubuntu_16_04_lemp_php_7_2:latest

If your container stops prematurely, then you might want to add a CMD line in your docker file to run a start.sh script and within that script you might want to add something like this:

# stupid hack to keep container from being stopped
tail -f /dev/null

Finally, to connect to your DB instance on your local MacOS machine with an app like Sequel Pro for example, use the following credentials:

Host: 0.0.0.0
Username: dev_1
Password: <dev_1_password>
Port: 4406

If you don't like to use port 4406, try 3307, 3308, 3309.
github  forum  howto  example  troubleshoot  mysql  server  docker  host  connection  issue  sequel  pro  mariadb  client  hostname  docker-machine  ip  address  ipaddress  guide  reference  toread  tolearn  totry  tounderstand  image  port  detached  database  credentials 
october 2018 by racl101
IP location XML API
Consider trying if ever tasked with having geolocation serving capabilities.
APi  Location  geolocation  ipinfodb  ipaddress  ip  Service 
may 2015 by racl101

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