@colin This has been known for a while now, sad to see that there is not some sort of fix upstream.

@gudenau Yeah, I definitely found lots of references to it going back a while. Not really sure who is to blame; could see arguments for blaming either or both sides. UFW wants to provide a nice simple interface to iptables, and Docker wants networking to just work when you create a container. 🤷‍♂️

@colin There could be a common firewall interface created, kinda like on Windows. UFW could provide a standardized service and Docker could connect to it to configure UFW, whatever firewall you have or default to the current implementation.

Would be an overall net gain in my opinion.

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