I'm working on a client library and all went fine until the point I'm trying to validate authorizations.
Boulder is setup on my machine (Win10, docker running, accounts / orders created successfully), the client also works from there.
I have an Apache 2.4 running that is setup to listen on all addresses on ports 80 and 5002 and has an alias for /.well-known/acme-challenge/ pointing to the directory my test-client puts all challenges in.
IP on local net: 192.168.65.105
Docker host seems to be 172.21.128.1
docker-compose.yml also notes 10.77.77.77 and 10.88.88.88
Problem is that the validation agent can't connect to the domain / resolve it - I also can't get it when opening the docker shell and trying to cURL it.
I found several posts about changing "FAKE_DNS" in docker-compose.yml but most of them areolder than a year and none worked for me.
Already tried for FAKE_DNS (at checkout it came with 10.77.77.77):
So - what do I need to set so any request from inside the container is routed to my host machine?
Thanks in advance.