Kubernetes- HTTPS API return `Unauthorized`

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When my kubernetes api runs the following command

curl https://192.168.0.139 --cacert /home/mongeo/ku-certs/ca.pem

It throws an error saying “unauthorized”

Request curl localhost:8080 works perfectly fine

How do I get data on https?
Sep 5, 2018 in Kubernetes by Hannah
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4 answers to this question.

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Follow these steps:

  1. Find address Server Api - open /etc/kubernetes/kubelet.conf, example : server: https://10.1.32.120:6443
  2. Find token, open /etc/kubernetes/pki/tokens.csv, example : 4c95a1a22d19b20811,kubeadm-node-csr,07ccbf35-e206-11e6-ab8f-0010184e550e,system:kubelet-bootstrap
  3. In this case the token is, 4c95a1a22d19b20811
  4. If use postman, add header,  Authorization: Bearer 4c95a1a22d19b20811

answered Sep 5, 2018 by Kalgi
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Try something like this:

lincai@pdbuddy:~/blackbox$ curl -v --cacert ./ca.pem --key ./admin-key.pem --cert ./admin.pem  https://xxxx/api/v1/

* Hostname was NOT found in DNS cache

>< HTTP/1.1 200 OK
answered Sep 5, 2018 by Nilesh
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Try to specify --token-auth-file=<file> or --basic-auth-file=<otherfile>
answered Sep 5, 2018 by lina
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One way to do this is by creating an SSH tunnel, for example,
ssh -L 9000:localhost:8080 roto@master.node
this will get the connection from your local port tocalhost:8080 on your server. You can query the api on your local port as long as the tunnel is open.

answered Sep 5, 2018 by u_told_me_to

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