I have a router with MAAS behind it and Kubernetes behind the MAAS controller (it has 2 NICs — one connected to the Kubernetes and one connected to the router). I am trying to connect to a container in Kubernetes with an IP address of 10.12.0.2 from another computer on the router. However, I can't connect.
The MAAS controller has an IP address of 10.11.0.2 and I can connect to that just fine. However, the 10.12.0.0 network is not exposed to the router. How can I connect to the Kubernetes cluster from a computer connected to the router? Is there an automated way I can do this without having to manually bridge IPs in the MAAS for every new container? Also, can I do this in a way that has a minimal impact to the security that having a MAAS node inbetween the Kubernetes cluster and the router provides?
i have a small scale Openstack bionic-rocky deployed with MAAS/JUJU :
- 3x controller nodes (APIs, keystone, telemetry, monitoring… deployed in containers): 2 intel Xeon Silver 4112 quad core, 128 GB Ram, 2 To SSDs
- 4x Hyperconverged nodes (Ceph-osd /Nova)
However the issus i have is slow horizon performance, using chrome dev tools when fetching:
- instances it can take up to 19s sometimes
- Same for networks.
- Volumes tab takes about 3s to load, which is fair enough.
When i reboot my controllers the same request right away after reboot are much faster (2 to 3 seconds). However after 2 days or so everything go slow again.
Any idea on how to solve this will be much appreciated.
I am currently falling deep into the rabbit hole known as "doing things the right way". I have a few questions about a HomeLab network I'm trying to set up. The best way of describing the network would be with this diagram:
The TVs set top boxes should work (I do have an Actiontec ONT ethernet adapter but I'm not sure if that will break the FiOS WiFi extenders/TV Set Top boxes)
The FiOS network should be sandboxed but still have the ability to connect to a Plex Media Server on the Kubernetes Cluster and the printer connected to the Nighthawk router.
Computers connected to the DD-WRT Nighthawk router should be able to access the full network
DNS should be encrypyted across everything downstream from the FiOS Quantum Router
I have a web server that's behind MaaS that's behind DD-WRT that's behind a FiOS Quantum Router. DD-WRT serves the internet over the WLANs just fine when the routing mode is set to Gateway. However, I could not figure out how to double port forward 443 and 80 with a double NATted set up. I read that I should be using the Router type routing mode. However, when I do that, the computers on the LAN/WLAN lose internet. I read that I'm supposed to use static routes but I'm unsure how to set that up. Can anyone provide guidance?
I'd like to set up Plex Media Server on a server behind MaaS behind DD-WRT. I would also like to prevent guests on the FiOS Quantum router from accessing most of the DD-WRT network. However, I would like both networks to be able to access the Plex Media Server. How can I accomplish this?
I set up DNSCrypt using the DD-WRT GUI but when I go to this website: https://www.cloudflare.com/ssl/encrypted-sni/ it says that I failed the "Encrypted SNI" test. How can I start passing that test?
I have an Actiontec ONT to Ethernet adapter. I am open to getting rid of the FiOS Quantum router and just using DD-WRT for everything. However, my roomies have extenders because they like to use Ethernet. If I take this route, can the set top boxes and extenders still work?
I would like to share the Printer/Hard Drive attached via USB to the DD-WRT to the whole network (including the FiOS Quantum network). How can I do this?
Most importantly, how can I improve this set up? What are the pros/cons of using this set up?
I realize this is a lot to squeeze into one question. I was thinking that I might be better off getting a gun for hire - I don't mind hiring someone. The question is, how can I find someone that would know how to network with DD-WRT and Ubuntu that can help me implement this over Skype?
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