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How do I point a domain to my LKE cluster?

I configured an LKE cluster and created some nodes and services, but I don't how to point a domain to the cluster so it starts accepting requests.

I have another DNS service that manages my domain, and I can create records there for my domain, like A record and C-name, put unlike normal linodes, I can't find the ip address of the cluster to point my domain -or subdomain actually- to the cluster.

Please help, and thanks in advance.

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OK, I figured it out, I had a NodePort service, I needed to change that to a LoadBalancer and that would have its own external IP which I could simply get by running kubectl get services. Then I can point the domain to that external IP with the provided port number and it works.


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