Install Kubernetes Dashboard on extrenal IP

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How to install Kubernetes dashboard on external IP address? Is there any tutorial for this?
Sep 25, 2018 in Kubernetes by Hannah
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You can expose services and pods in several ways:

  • expose the internal ClusterIP service through Ingress, if you have that set up.
  • change the service type to use 'type: LoadBalancer', which will try to create an external load balancer.

If you have external IP addresses on your kubernetes nodes, you can also expose the ports directly on the node hosts

  • change the service type to 'type: NodePort', which will utilize a port above 30000 on all cluster machines.
  • expose the pod directly using 'type: HostPort' in the pod spec.
answered Sep 25, 2018 by Kalgi
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