Can someone please guide me how to enable certain containers to be available only on LAN, without allow/deny rules in the Nginx?

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    I would like to enable certain services to be available only on LAN and access through wireguard, but this 6 year old bug in docker-mac prevents me from writing allow/deny rules in the Nginx. All $remote_addr end up being the docker gateway. I have tried alternatives like podman, colima etc. with similar results for some reason. (rootful, slirp4net options tried). Only thing that resolved to correct $remote_addr was vctl (VMWare’s) but that thing is bare bones compared to any of the others. Any other way to achieve this would be helpful. New to networking scene and starting to learn :)

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    If you use the nginx-proxy docker image (https://github.com/nginx-proxy/nginx-proxy) then you can just set an environment variable in your docker-compose file: NETWORK_ACCESS=internal

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