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Why containers having different mls labels still able to communicate?

asked 2016-06-13 15:10:25 +0000

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If two containers have different labels Container 1: s2:c1,c2 and Container 2: s14:c1,c2, then according to SELinux concept they should not communicate as they are having different MLS labels.... But when we ping container 1 from container 2 then why its sending packets and communicating?? Host OS is CentOS and docker engine is running.

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