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Is it possible to change the network used by the docker service created in Bitbucket Pipelines.

So when using Bitbucket pipelines docker service (to build docker images), the service runs with a bridge network of


Is it possible to override this when defining the service?

Every thing we have tries has been unsuccessful

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Hi @Noah Guttman and welcome to the community.

I'm afraid that this cannot be configured.

Could you perhaps share some more details about your use case, why you want to change that, and what you are trying to achieve?

Kind regards,

Hi @Theodora Boudale

Its really quite simple, we happen to use parts of the in our internal networking.

So in this case when pipelines tries to run the docker build, that build cannot gain access to any of the internal resources that we have on that network (which in this case include a PyPy repository, and a file server).

This causes all builds run through pipelines to fail.

And since we can't change this configuration, it means that pipelines as an offer is useless to us.

And given that we must now seek another solution, it is causing to to reevaluate if we are going to continue using Bitbucket cloud at all. 


Like hamza Bellasfar likes this

Hi Noah,

Thank you for your reply and additional info.

You mention accessing internal resources; are you using Pipelines Runners for your builds or Pipelines on Atlassian infrastructure?

Kind regards,

yes it's possible.

Hello @sathi reddy

Welcome to the Atlassian Community.

You are welcome to share your experience and provide detailed steps that might help other customers, but we would like to kindly ask you to avoid adding short answers not containing further details on how to achieve the request of the community question.

In other words, please ensure your answer can properly show a path to achieve the goal required in the question, so we can keep the community as a useful resource to Atlassian customers/experts.


Petterson Gonçalves - Atlassian Support

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