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This will show pod network CIDR which used by kube-proxy kubectl cluster-info dump | grep -m 1 cluster-cidr


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Supplementary to @Levi's answer I would also advise you to consider where you plan to test changes to your Kubernetes cluster (any change that can impact how your cluster operates e.g: lifecycle). To satisfy this and provide another alternative to the mix, you could operates 2 clusters. One for your non-prod environment (dev, test and acc) and one for the ...


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