From my understanding on container technology (like lxc or docker), when you create a container it by default uses a "private network" like 10.0.1.x.
I do not understand why you would not want it on the same NAT as your host OS. Why would you not want your container to be bridge on your primary network interface by default?
Is it for security reasons? And is there a faster command to bridge the container interface or do I really have to
apt-get install bridge-utils and configure everything for lxc?
Please help me understand.