Ingress (more commonly known as Reverse Proxy) settings can be configured here. This is how Kubernetes connects your Applications in containers to FQDNs (fully qualified domain names). If you choose to enable this you must have a Reverse Proxy installed and a DNS service to resolve the DNS name of the FQDN specified.
Reverse Proxy of choice for
Ingress will configure settings for use with the
Traefik application. Other reverse proxies may be used, however these settings will not affect them and there will be no support from the
- A working Internet connection that can reach github and truecharts.org from the host system.
- A configured Apps pool, ensure you selected your storage-pool when you first opened the "Apps" interface, if not please refer to Adding TrueCharts to SCALE
- You've added the TrueCharts catalog from Adding TrueCharts to SCALE
- clusterissuer is installed (recommended for new common Apps), see Installing clusterissuer
- Traefik is installed, see Installing Traefik
Before enabling Ingress we recommend installing the App and ensure it's working first.
To configure Ingress follow this step by step guide:
HostName(required): Enter your FQDN here (app.mydomain.com)
Paths: Must have one but may have multiple paths.
/is entered by default.
Prefixis entered by default.
By default the hosts list is empty. This is due to upstream design choices and is an issue that is yet to be resolved upstream. However, adding hosts (preferably just one) is required for an app to function with ingress enabled.
Apps may not install and throw errors if you do not add a host and path.
Cert-Manager clusterIssuer: Enter the name of an ACME Issuer configured in clusterissuer.
To support multiple domains, use the
TLS-Settings option. Ensure
Cert-Manager clusterIssuer is blank for the TLS-Settings to be displayed.
Traefik Middlewares: Any
Traefikmiddlewares can be added here, see how to Add Basic Auth to Apps for an example of a Traefik middleware.
Add Manual Custom Ingresses(expert): Enables advanced custom Ingress settings that may be used by expert users.
Networking Main Service Type
We recommend that in
Networking and Services that the
Service Type for the
Main Service is configured as ClusterIP. See Networking and Services for further details.
Traefik Certificate Issues
Sometimes you might notice Traefik ignores your certificate. This is most likely due to the domain on your certificate being different from the domain you entered into the
Traefik requires your certificate to match the domain used for Ingress.