Ok thanks.  Will reach out.

Unfortunately, `--network=bridgename` will not work as the bridge is provided by container and not accessible by others.  In a way, running the network bridge on the container is like a user-space process (crude analogy, sorry!).  


On Fri, Mar 6, 2020 at 1:15 PM Dusty Mabe <dusty@dustymabe.com> wrote:

On 3/6/20 3:39 PM, Shivaram Mysore wrote:
> Thanks Dusty for the response.
> I would love to speak with someone responsible for networking/Container networking on FCOS.

Yep. I'm no networking expert. Maybe somebody that reads this list has more knowledge
or maybe you can try reaching out to the containers team on their mailing list (info
at https://podman.io/community/)

> In short, if we have networking infrastructure which is provided by a "Container", how can we use a colocated container to use the networking services provided by the Container.  In this case, it is network bridge and I am trying to understand how to connect this colocated container to this container provided network bridge.

Maybe `--network=bridgename` ?