Imagine a following situation: I have a Kubernetes cluster and I want to have a statically assigned IP to LoadBalancers within those clusters. How or where I can obtain those static IPs?
Whenever I tear down Kubernetes Pods, IPs are assigned dynamically, which is fine, but if I want to assign the Kubernetes LoadBalancer a static IP, I have no way of knowing which IP address should be set, hence I need to change DNS records every time Kubernetes Master assigns a new IP address.
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