Error saying make_bucket failed - Kubernetes AWS

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My Kubernetes cluster is up and running. I've created the cluster on AWS using kops. I tried executing the following command

aws s3 --endpoint http://localhost mb s3://bucket1 --region=us-east-1

And I ended up getting the following error:

make_bucket failed: s3://bucket1 An error occurred (InvalidAccessKeyId) when calling the CreateBucket operation: The AWS access key Id youprovided does not exist in our records.
Jan 4 in Kubernetes by Ali
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Hey @Ali, what you are doing is partly correct but on kubernetes you cannot just access any port, you'll have to use port forwarding. Something like this:

kubectl port-forward <insert your cloudserver pod name> 8000:80

Or you can use Kubernetes Ingress to route the external traffic to your service. This can be done by specifying the IP address of the hostname configured.

answered Jan 4 by Olivia

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