Can you set the private subnet used for Kubernetes services?


I’d like to set the IPv4 CIDR that is used for service IP addresses in my DO Kubernetes clusters, the ultimate goal being to configure a remote-access VPN where I can connect to one cluster and access the resources in both clusters. Is setting the CIDR possible via a Cilium network policy or similar? Thank you!

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I am actually looking for that possibility aswell. The best I found so far is using kubeadm to provision cluster…