I’ve been able to spin up a managed Kubernetes cluster and can deploy workloads as pods. 🎉
doctl kubernetes cluster get <UUID> -o json reports, among other things, that the
10.244.0.0/16. According to the documentation,
The range of IP addresses in the overlay network of the Kubernetes cluster in CIDR notation. That means that all my pods will be assigned an IP from that range, right?
Question: is the
10.244.0.0/16? If I spin up a new cluster, am I guaranteed a
10.244.0.0/16? Is there a way for me to choose a different
cluster_subnet, say, during cluster creation?
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