I just installed Minikube on a headless VM and have been running through some hello world type exercises. Very new to containers & container management.
I hit an issue I’m sure is quite common, and I was curious how most individuals and enterprises handle it.
So on this headless system, I ran minikube start | minikube hello-minikube. It is up successfully on
#: minikube service hello-minikube --url [http://192.168.39.55:30918](http://192.168.39.55:30918/)
How can I view this page from an outside network? I could try forwarding to my normal 192.168.0.—, or what about bridging my 192.168.0.— and 192.168.39.—
Before I try hacking it together, what is the SOP for this instance? Do enterprises have the pods deploy on reserved sections of their primary domain ex. 192.168.0.100-200? or do they just have everything bridged together at the switch level, exposing requested ports?
Kubernetes version: 1.20
Cloud being used: VM
Installation method: ?
Host OS: Ubuntu 18.04
CNI and version: ?
CRI and version: ?