Greetings fellas (and gals), i have an rke2 cluster running on-prem. I want to install rancher for mgmt interface. We dont have a loadbalancer etc. Can i use kube-proxy or something similar to allow me to view the rancher gui?
07/20/2022, 8:49 PM
For my HA kubernetes I use DNS so that the master nodes all have a shared hostname and my DNS just rotates (and in theory well behaving clients will try the rest if the first fails). I use that for my Rancher nodes as well and it works fine.
(note I do RKE2 for Kubernetes at the moment, so works with Rancher hosted in RKE2 and the downstream if I set them up outside the UI, though I can do with the UI too I suppose, just isn't necessary then)
07/20/2022, 8:50 PM
ah ok - ive used that scenario when i was a developer testing websites 🙂 thanks