Cluster endpoint using other than xip?


(Yu Watanabe) #1

Document show example of endpoint using CNAME as an example.

However, this is an example for AWS environment and is not for other public clouds such as Microsoft Azure. Is there a way to use CNAME instead of IP address?


(Uri Cohen) #2

Hi @YuWatanabe

The CNAME needs to correspond to a wildcard DNS record that resolves to the IP of a proxy or a load balancer that fronts the proxy. It's not tied to a specific cloud environment. So for example, if you've set a wildcard DNS record of the form *.yourdomain.com, the CNAME should be set to yourdomain.com. Then cluster host names would be of the form <cluster id>.yourdomain.com and thus will route properly to the proxy.

HTH
Uri


(system) #3

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