Expose multiple backends with multiple IPs

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I have exposed one service using ingress through nginx controller and it works perfectly fine. Now, i'm trying to expose another service that does make use of the ingress resources but it does not work after i've added a few resources to the first service. Why is this happening?
Oct 1, 2018 in Kubernetes by Hannah
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A LoadBalancer service points to external load balancers and are not a part of cluster, that is on your cloud provider

Whereas ingress is just set of rules that is passed to the controller that is listening the resources allocated. You need an ingress-controller that holds all the routing and traffic forwarding rules. Even a LoadBalancer service will listen to ingress provided the ingress-controller contains the required rules.
answered Oct 1, 2018 by Kalgi
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