Update: I am able to ping external IP addresses from the container, but the
external hostnames are not being resolved. So, the problem could be with my
/etc/resolv.conf (container and the node):
On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 11:15:27 PM UTC-7, Gopi wrote:
> I face an issue after deploying an application to Kubernetes that I am not
> able to access anything over the Internet from "inside the container". But,
> I am able to do that from the node on which the pod is running. In other
> words, I am able to pull the images from Dockerhub, but when I "exec" into
> the container, I cannot ping any external IPs.
> Cloud Provider: AWS
> iptables on the node:
> The first suggestion I got is to check the iptables, but I couldn't debug
> it (see above gist) as I am not an expert in understanding the iptables
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Thank you.
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