My end goal is to be able to access exposed Kubernetes services running on on my host from another host.
I am doing development in minikube and have tried using an Ingress controller. I am able to get this working on the device itself, as per the directions here Setting up ingress on minikube. However, I want to be able to access my exposed services from a different computer, as in
curl http://host.ip:8000, where host.ip is the actual public IP address of the device, not that of the minikube VM or that of an internal network created on the device; and port
8000 is that of the exposed Kubernetes service.
This does not seem like such an odd edge case, so I am surprised I not been able to find any useful information out there on how ****EASILY**** do this.
Here is my local functioning ingress controller, for completeness's sake:
apiVersion: extensions/v1beta1 kind: Ingress metadata: name: nlp-adapt annotations: nginx.ingress.kubernetes.io/rewrite-target: / spec: backend: serviceName: default-http-backend servicePort: 8000 rules: - host: myminikube.info http: paths: - path: / backend: serviceName: echoserver servicePort: 8080 - host: test.nlp http: paths: - path: /nlptab backend: serviceName: nlptab servicePort: 8000