James Posted May 22, 2022 Share Posted May 22, 2022 Kubernetes networking is, for the most part, intra-cluster. It enables communication between pods within a single cluster: The most fundamental service Kubernetes networking provides is a flat L3 domain: Every pod can reach every other pod via IP, without NAT (Network Address Translation). The flat L3 domain is the building block upon which more sophisticated communication services, like Service Mesh ... https://blogs.cisco.com/developer/multicloudhybrid01 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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