I’m wondering if anyone has been able to get Kubernetes running properly over the Wireguard VPN.
I created a 2 node cluster on 2 VM’s linked by wireguard. The master node with the full control plane works fine and can accept worker nodes over the wireguard interface. I set the nodeip for kubelet to the wireguard ip and also set the iface argument for flannel to use the wireguard interface instead of the default. This seems to work well so far.
The problem arises when I try to join the worker node into the cluster via the join command.
Note that I also edited the node ip of kubelet to be the wireguard ip on the worker node.
On join all traffic to the node is dropped by the “Kubernetes Firewall”. By the kubernetes firewall I mean if you check iptables after issuing the join command on the worker node you will see KUBE-FIREWALL which drops all marked packets. The firewall is standard as its the same on the master but I presume that the piece I’m missing is what to do to get traffic flowing on the worker node after joining to the master node.
I’m unable to even ping google.com or communicate with the master over the Wireguard tunnel. Pods can’t be scheduled either. I have manually deleted the KUBE-FIREWALL rule as a test which then allows pods to be scheduled and regular traffic to flow on the worker node but Kubelet will quickly recreate the rule after around a minute.
I’m thinking a route needs to be created before the join or something along those lines.
Has anyone tried this before would really appreciate any suggestions for this.