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Managed Kubernetes, how many public IPs?
I have created a small k8s managed cluster in DO. I have 2 nodes.
How many public IPs will I have ?
My nodes have their public IPs but are these available to be mapped for the cluster ?
I want to run 2 x coredns which 2 separate IPs for the name servers.
It’s quite confusing :-(
What External IPs will be exposed, is it something over than the node’s public IPs ?
Where can I view the public IP or IPs ?
I will be running traefik to route my normal website data etc which is going to be installed as an ingress controller - so I don’t require DO Load balancer component, as far as I am aware.
So … to cut a long story short :-)
I will run traefik as an ingress controller that will router my standard websites and other things - I don’t require more than 1 IP for this.
I want to run 2 x coredns, 1 on node1 and 1 on node2, these require their own IPs
Anybody lend a hand in explaining the above scenario, am I on the right track ?
Maybe its a simple case of running the coredns on each node in the cluster, exposing the port 53 and then I can use the public IPs of each node ?
I actually created some floating IPs that point to my 2 nodes, so these will always be the same IP weather I destroy nodes or what ever.
Thanks in advance
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