Containers on same pod act as if they are on the same machine.
You can ping them using localhost:port itself.
Every container in a pod shares the same IP. You can `ping localhost` inside a pod.
Two containers in the same pod share an IP and a network namespace and They are both localhost to each other.
Discovery works like this:
Component A's pods -> Service Of Component B -> Component B's pods and Services have domain names servicename.namespace.svc.cluster.local, the dns search path of pods by default includes that stuff, so a pod in namespace Foo can find a Service bar in same namespace Foo by connecting to `bar`.
One way is Init Containers.
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Create a Pod that runs two Containers
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Try using ingress itself in this manner
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Follow these steps:
$ kubeadm reset
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Just do port forward.
kubectl port-forward [nginx-pod-name] 80:80
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