Unable to access MOI appliance

Document ID : KB000124368
Last Modified Date : 10/01/2019
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Issue:
Support, my team in Atlanta is unable to access my MOI appliance that resides in Atlanta. I have spoke with a network engineer and I provided him with IP routing table from the appliance.

He then came back with the following comments:
"The subnet mask size needs to be adjest. 172.17/18/19 masks are *wayyyyyy* too big. You’re essentially saying you own 172.17. [0-255] and 172.18 [0-255] and 172.19 [0-255] - > or 65K ip addresses * 3 (17, 18, 19)
That is running into some of our user application space. I don’t know how docker is running on your box, but you certainly don’t need 172.17, 18, 19 in /16 subnet sizes"

Is there anyway to adjust subnet masks within docker to see if this resolves our access issue? Thanks James
Environment:
MOI 2.00.02, Linux x86
Resolution:
Within release 2.00.03 we have added the feature to allow a user to override the default docker IP addresses. Attached to this is a document that has the instructions to perform that override.
File Attachments:
MOI Docker IP Override .docx