I can't accomplish the tasks on lab 12.3 because chrome don't let me add a security exception as mentioned in the lab.
thank you for your help.
Firefox will allow you to complete the task.
It used to work in Chrome aslo, but latest Chrome releases removed that capability.
Thank you !
I am on the same lab 12.3 (step 6) and can't get to a dashboard.. getting "This site can’t be reached"
@sergeizak Are you using Chrome? Please read previous posts, as they usually provide explanations and solutions. In this situation, if you are using Chrome, you will need to use a different browser, such a Firefox, to complete this step.
I have read the previous post. I tried Edge and Firefox to no avail. The issue I am having is not the same though. Original post is about "Your connection is not private" issue. In my case, the error is "This site can’t be reached"
You are experiencing a different issue. Where are you running your Kubernetes cluster (cloud VMs, local VMs, etc.)?
What is the output of the following command?
kubectl -n kubernetes-dashboard get svc kubernetes-dashboard
I was running it from GCP. Unfortunately, my free trial ended and I am rebuilding the cluster. At the moment, I am on lab 3.1 step 16 and getting "Unable to connect to the server: dial tcp 10.128.0.3:6443: i/o timeout" trying to
kubectl apply -f calico.yaml
i am all set here.. i realized that i didn't provide correct internal ip in /etc/hosts.. After providing correct IP i was able to deploy calico.yaml