Set Proxy

In case when Kubernetes cluster is behind a Proxy server, you will need to provide the Proxy server settings to validate your API token during cluster boot. Please follow the steps below:

Use kubemqctl tool to set proxy data

Run the following commands:

  • Create a KubeMQ cluster with options configuration (-o flag).
kubemqctl cluster create -t 1b124xxxxx6-4fra-49e9-94e1-aa29b7be70d6 -o
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  • Select 'Set Licensing Parameters.'

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  • Press 'Enter' to skip 'License Data' .

  • Enter Proxy settings (host:port format)

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  • Press 'Enter' and deploy KubeMQ.

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Last Updated: 10/14/2019, 9:40:56 PM