This is a simple DNS server that can be used to route user friendly domain names to Docker containers managed by Fig.
Using the Fig's name conventions, if you have a project named myproject and a container named server, then the DNS server will resolve the host server.myproject.docker to the IP address of the container.
Currently the instalation process is manual (this should change in the future).
It's a regular npm package, so it can be installed simply doing:
$ npm install -g fig-dns
Once installed it can be started executing
fig-dns in the command line.
To let your OS hit this DNS server for the .docker domains, add a file at /etc/resolver/docker with the contents:
nameserver 127.0.0.1 port 9999
If you are using boot2docker you must add a routing rule to redirect the packets to the boot2docker VM.
In Mac OS you can do this executing:
$ sudo route -n add 172.17.0.0/16 `boot2docker ip`
TODO: add instructions for Linux