Username and password when trying to access LoadBalancer from public DNS - kubernetes on aws

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I've created a load balancer on my Kubernetes cluster and now I'm trying to access it using a public dns but it asks for username and password. Where do I get the username and the password?

Thank you:)

Jan 8, 2019 in Kubernetes by Ali
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Hey @ali, You will find your username & password in kube config file. To view that file run this command 

kubectl config view

You can use these credentials and proceed. 

answered Jan 8, 2019 by Rohit

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