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adamant-kite-43734

11/19/2022, 2:19 AM
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microscopic-diamond-94749

11/19/2022, 7:19 AM
yes, I have a 3 node RKE cluster that runs Rancher with ingress-nginx as daemonset and a node that runs nginx as a TCP loadbalancer. Is that what you mean? I also have another setup with a cloud loadbalancer for ingress-nginx, which is much simpler...
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quaint-rose-98687

11/20/2022, 7:09 PM
Can you show me how you set it up with a cloud loadbalancer? Ive been struggling with this for days
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microscopic-diamond-94749

11/21/2022, 8:44 AM
which part? I set up rke with
external
cloud provider and
ingress.provider: none
and then installed openstack cloud provider manager and ingress-nginx afterwards
then my
ingress-nginx
service of Type
Loadbalancer
was provisioned and I could install rancher with a refular ingress option.
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quaint-rose-98687

11/22/2022, 10:57 AM
I have a clean RKE Cluster running on 3 cloud servers and installed rancher via helm. Ive tried with the option tls=external but i cant reach the interface over port 80 like it should, so i can point my cloud loadbalancer to it
Even when i install it with the default options the interface is not reachable
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microscopic-diamond-94749

11/22/2022, 11:41 AM
what kind of
service
do you use?
Nodeport
?
The question is more like, how do you integrate the cloud loadbalancer into your setup? via a cloud-provider or just a nodeport service and point the LB to all nodes on the port (in the range 30000-32000), what does
$ kubectl get svc -n cattle-system rancher
give as output?
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quaint-rose-98687

11/22/2022, 11:54 AM
Im talking about the rancher cluster itself just to be clear, so i dont use any service
Or do i need to create a service for the rancher web interface?
Ive only been working with rancher in a single node docker container but i wanna start over with a ha rke rancher installtion
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root@rancher-fsn1:~# kubectl get svc -n cattle-system rancher
NAME      TYPE        CLUSTER-IP      EXTERNAL-IP   PORT(S)          AGE
rancher   ClusterIP   10.43.165.105   <none>        80/TCP,443/TCP   4d3h
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microscopic-diamond-94749

11/22/2022, 12:23 PM
that's the service that provides that webinterface. What ingress controller do you use?
kubectl get ns |grep ingress
?
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quaint-rose-98687

11/22/2022, 7:36 PM
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root@rancher-fsn1:~# kubectl get ns |grep ingress
ingress-nginx                            Active   4d11h
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microscopic-diamond-94749

11/23/2022, 9:34 AM
okay, and how is
ingress-nginx
configured?
k get svc -n ingress-nginx
and is the ingress created
k get ingress -A
?
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quaint-rose-98687

11/23/2022, 3:35 PM
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NAME                                 TYPE        CLUSTER-IP      EXTERNAL-IP   PORT(S)   AGE
ingress-nginx-controller-admission   ClusterIP   10.43.125.241   <none>        443/TCP   5d7h
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NAMESPACE       NAME                        CLASS    HOSTS              ADDRESS                                     PORTS     AGE
cattle-system   cm-acme-http-solver-kv9mr   <none>   <http://myclusterdomain.com|myclusterdomain.com>   65.108.208.205,78.47.146.214,78.47.182.83   80        4d13h
cattle-system   rancher                     nginx    <http://myclusterdomain.com|myclusterdomain.com>   65.108.208.205,78.47.146.214,78.47.182.83   80, 443   5d6h
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microscopic-diamond-94749

11/24/2022, 8:57 AM
so you have
ingress-nginx
installed, but without a service? Is it a
DaemonSet
with hostports? Then you can just point your loadbalancer to all three nodes, port 80 & 443.
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quaint-rose-98687

11/25/2022, 8:15 AM
How can i check if its a DaemonSet?
you can see on http://65.108.208.205 for example it just shows 404
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microscopic-diamond-94749

11/26/2022, 2:17 PM
k get pod,ds,deploy -n ingress-nginx
shows you the pod, daemonsets and deployments in the namespace _ingress-nginx`. I'm not surprised it gives you a 404, the ingress controller listens on the
host
in the ingress resource.
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