Dashboard UI instillation

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Cluster information:

Kubernetes version:1.17
Cloud being used: (put bare-metal if not on a public cloud)
Installation method: https://www.outsystems.com/blog/posts/deploying-kubernetes-to-run-windows-containers/
Host OS: Ubuntu

hi, friends, I need your help. I installed in AWS EC2 master container k8s and windows node and Linux node,
everything works well, but there is a problem with the k8s UI installation (Dashboard),
I can’t install it through any sites, please explain how to do it on EC2 master, Thanks, Alex
Installation of Linux and windows nodes I made this link:

You can format your yaml by highlighting it and pressing Ctrl-Shift-C, it will make your output easier to read.

Personally I would recommend using Octant instead of the K8s dashboard

I find it easier to connect to the cluster and view objects.
But if you prefer to use the dashboard have you tried following the guide here:

If so then which stage are you getting stuck on?
Are you getting any error messages you can share?

Kind regards,

Thank you Stephen,
Yes i try do install from the guide what your send me,
I got connection error after step proxy starting, when i try to connect to url:
I got error with connection:
The connection to the server localhost:8080 was refused

Your connection refused error says port “8080” but the steps in the guide show port “8001”.
Can you try using the exact URL mentioned in the guide?

I truly tried with 8001 too, without forwarding, but i have this error again

So on your local machine you have typed kubectl proxy and then opened your browser and entered: http://localhost:8001/api/v1/namespaces/kubernetes-dashboard/services/https:kubernetes-dashboard:/proxy/. and you still get the connection refused error?

Yes, this is what’s i doing

Not sure how much more I can help, seems like an OS level issue. If you are getting connection refused locally then maybe the firewall on your machine is blocking access.