How to create a routes-based cluster on Gcloud?

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What does route based cluster mean? How do I create a routes-based cluster?
Oct 31, 2019 in GCP by Karan
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In Google Kubernetes Engine, clusters can be distinguished according to the way they route traffic from one Pod to another Pod. A cluster that uses Google Cloud Platform Routes is called a routes-based cluster.

To create a routes-based cluster, include the --no-enable-ip-alias flag in the cluster creation command:

gcloud container clusters create [CLUSTER_NAME] --no-enable-ip-alias

where [CLUSTER_NAME] is a name that you choose for your cluster.

answered Oct 31, 2019 by Sirajul
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Can I customise the Pod address range for a routes-based cluster on GKE?
How to verify that my cluster is using routes?

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