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Voyager 3.2+ supports using any non-standard port (beyond 80 and 443) for L7 traffic. If no port is specified, port 80 or 443 will be used depending on whether TLS is used or not.
apiVersion: voyager.appscode.com/v1 kind: Ingress metadata: name: test-ingress namespace: default spec: rules: - host: one.example.com http: port: '8989' paths: - path: /admin backend: service: name: admin-service port: number: 80 - path: / backend: service: name: test-service port: number: 80 - host: other.example.com http: port: '8989' paths: - backend: service: name: other-service port: number: 80 - host: one.example.com http: port: '4343' paths: - backend: service: name: test-service port: number: 80
For this configuration, the loadbalancer will listen to
4343 port for incoming HTTP connections, and will
pass any request coming to it to the desired backend.
For one Ingress resource you cannot have multiple
tcp rules listening to same port, even if they do not have
Different hosts can use the same port for