How to verify that my cluster is using routes?

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I have created a routes-based cluster as specified in  https://www.edureka.co/community/59209/how-to-create-a-routes-based-cluster-on-gcloud. How do I verify that my cluster is using routes?
Oct 31 in GCP by Karan
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  • List your cluster nodes:

kubectl get nodes
  • The output shows the names of your nodes:

NAME                                 STATUS   ...     AGE    VERSION
gke-xxx-default-pool-83e239a7-kcg8   Ready    ...     42m    v1.9.7-gke.6
gke-xxx-default-pool-83e239a7-qm6b   Ready    ...     42m    v1.9.7-gke.6
gke-xxx-default-pool-83e239a7-wnrq   Ready    ...     42m    1.9.7-gke.6
  • List your routes:

gcloud compute routes list
  • In the output, in the NEXT_HOP column, look for the name of one of your cluster nodes:

NAME                 NETWORK        DEST_RANGE         NEXT_HOP
...
[ROUTE_NAME]         default        10.24.0.0/24       [YOUR_NODE_NAME]
...

In the output, you can see that the route provides a next hop for any packet that is destined for a particular Pod address range.

answered Oct 31 by Sirajul
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