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On ingress-nginx you can use the nginx.ingress.kubernetes.io/backend-protocol: "HTTPS" annotation and point it to the HTTPS port on the service. T...

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Follow the instructions in "Backend HTTPS" section of GLBC, GCP HTTP(S) load balancer will build a HTTPS connection with the backend, traffic will...

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You should enable SSL-Passthrough config for the ingress or load balancer. I suggest you using nginx ingress and kube-lego for SSL. with this comb...

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You can use the tls as said in k8s doc For ex: apiVersion: networking.k8s.io/v1 kind: Ingress metadata: annotations: nginx.ingress.kuberne...

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My assumption was that you can have only one ingress config. But you can have multiple. So the solution is to create two configs and load these, ea...

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What is ingress Kubernetes?

An API object that manages external access to the services in a cluster, typically HTTP. Ingress may provide load balancing, SSL termination and name-based virtual hosting. Node: A worker machine in Kubernetes, part of a cluster.

What is a backend in Ingress?

A backend is a combination of Service and port names as described in the Service doc or a custom resource backend by way of a CRD. HTTP (and HTTPS) requests to the Ingress that matches the host and path of the rule are sent to the listed backend.

What is the defaultbackend for ingress with no rules?

An Ingress with no rules sends all traffic to a single default backend. The defaultBackend is conventionally a configuration option of the Ingress controller and is not specified in your Ingress resources. If none of the hosts or paths match the HTTP request in the Ingress objects, the traffic is routed to your default backend.

What is the ingressclass annotation in Kubernetes?

Before the IngressClass resource and ingressClassName field were added in Kubernetes 1.18, Ingress classes were specified with a kubernetes.io/ingress.class annotation on the Ingress. This annotation was never formally defined, but was widely supported by Ingress controllers.

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