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Uploading a Private Image from an Intranet

This section uses the nginx:1.10 image as an example to describe how to upload a private image from an intranet to the CCE image repository. Images will be displayed in the image repository after being uploaded.


  • A VM is available, on which Docker 1.11.2, 1.12.0, 1.12.1, or 1.12.6 is installed. You are advised to use the VM created in CCE to upload images. The VM has Docker client 1.11.2 installed and can access the Intranet of CCE to obtain a faster upload speed.
  • The Docker client has been configured. For details, see section Connecting to the Private Container Registry.
  • An image has been created.


  1. Log in to the VM where the Docker client is installed as the root user.

    For more information on how to log in to a VM created in CCE, see Logging In to a VM Node.

  2. Log in to the node, and run the following command to query the Docker version:

    docker version

    Information similar to the following is displayed.

    Version: 1.11.2

    In the preceding information, Version indicates the version number of the Docker.

  3. Connect to CCE.

    1. Click the name of the image repository to be uploaded to go to the details page.
    2. On the Pull/Push Guide tab page, click Generate the Docker login command, as shown in Figure 1.
      Figure 1 Generating a Docker login command
      1. In the Docker login command that is displayed, click to copy the command. For example, the Docker login command may be similar to the following:
        docker login -u eu-de@MMZES9KTH43ELTVYTGXA -p c4c8b79699abe427daf60b8035955230c146f744b990b03f7f30a5cb89fb382c
      2. Replace the public network address of the image repository in the Docker login command with the private network address IP address:Port number. You can obtain the value of IP address:Port number in Step 1. Obtain the image repository address > Internal image address, for example, Then, the Docker login command is as follows:
        docker login -u eu-de@MMZES9KTH43ELTVYTGXA -p c4c8b79699abe427daf60b8035955230c146f744b990b03f7f30a5cb89fb382c

  4. Log in to the server where Docker is installed. Then, run the Docker login command copied in the previous step.

    After you successfully log in to the Docker client, "login succeeded" is displayed.

  5. Run the following command to tag the nginx:1.10 image:

    docker tag [Original image name:Original version number] [Private network address of the repository that holds the image]/[Custom namespace][Custom image repository name]:[Version number]

    Example command:

    docker tag nginx:1.10

  6. Run the following command to push the image to the image repository:

    docker push

    If the image has been successfully pushed, the following information is displayed:

    6d6b9812c8ae: Pushed 
    695da0025de6: Pushed 
    fe4c16cbf7a4: Pushed 
    1.10: digest: sha256:eb7e3bbd8e3040efa71d9c2cacfa12a8e39c6b2ccd15eac12bdc49e0b66cee63 size: 948

    On the CCE console, refresh the Image Repository > imagename page of the image repository. The uploaded image is displayed in the image list.