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Re[2]: External network for one project

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Von: "Jacek Suchenia" <jacek suchenia gmail com>
An: "Aleksandar Lazic" <aleks me2digital eu>
Cc: "Openshift Users" <users lists openshift redhat com>
Gesendet: 30.12.2017 08:57:14
Betreff: Re: External network for one project


Thank you for your answer, I configured ingress IP range and its working fine for services where NAT is fine, however I have a case where I wish to deliver external IP directly to Pod.
Well I think youl will then need the nodeport solution.


I have add some pictures to my blog post which also describes the ingress setup


You can share the external ip with ipfailover cross nodes.



30.12.2017 1:38 AM "Aleksandar Lazic" <aleks me2digital eu> napisaƂ(a):

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Von: "Jacek S." <jacek suchenia+openshift gmail com <mailto:jacek suchenia%2Bopenshift gmail com>> An: "Openshift Users" <users lists openshift redhat com <mailto:users lists openshift redhat com>>
Gesendet: 27.12.2017 11:58:13
Betreff: External network for one project


I'm using Openshift 3.6 on dedicated, bare-metal machines (with openshift-ovs-multitenant networking plugin). I'd like to run in my cluster 3rd party images that require external IP address attached (i'm not able to configure external IP). Is there a way to define secondary cluster network, do not NAT it and attach it to some pods in one particular project?
Maybe you can use the `ExternalIPNetworkCIDRs`, but how does the routing works to your cluster with the external IP, which you can't change ?

https://docs.openshift.org/latest/admin_guide/tcp_ingress_external_ports.html <https://docs.openshift.org/latest/admin_guide/tcp_ingress_external_ports.html> https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/master_node_configuration.html#master-node-config-network-config <https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/master_node_configuration.html#master-node-config-network-config>


Best regards

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