Let's create a network. We are going to call our network myNetwork. Execute the following command from the shell or command line:
$ docker network create myNetwork
This is the simplest form of the command, and yet it will probably be used the most often. It takes a default driver (we haven't used any option to specify a driver, we will just use the default one, which is bridge). As the output, Docker will print out the identifier of the newly created network:
You will later use this identifier to refer to this network when connecting containers to it or inspecting the network's properties. The last parameter of the command is the network's name, which is a lot more convenient and easier to remember than the ID. The network name in our case is myNetwork. The docker network create command takes more parameters, as shown in...