If you want to change the external IP of the load balancer, you can associate a floating IP to the load balancer in the SysEleven Stack dashboard. A newly created load balancer already has an IP associated, to disassociate it open the menu
Project -> Network -> Load Balancers and click on
Disassociate Floating IP:
Afterwards you can associate another IP by clicking on
Associate Floating IP in the same menu. This will trigger a popup, where you can either select an already existing floating IP or a floating IP pool:
LoadBalancer automatically also receives a
SecurityGroup that opens up the necessary ports for this load balancer. This
SecurityGroup can also be configured to only allow certain source IP ranges by setting the
loadBalancerSourceRanges field in the Service.
Note that because of a limitation in Kubernetes, updating or adding this field after the creation of a load balancer service is currently not possible.
This can have multiple reasons. Typical problems are:
kubectl port-forward $PODNAME 8080:80(port might differ) and check if you can reach your application on Port 80.
kubectl get svc.
30000 - 32767for the internal network
192.168.0.0/16. Usually this is set automatically.