AGIC cluster IP prohibited location

Jan Michalski 1 Reputation point

I'm running Kubernetes cluster with Application Gateway and AGIC on Azure. Now, I want to redirect traffic that comes to public IP of cluster to external website. AGIC obviously overwrites my changes, as those are defined manually on in Application Gateway settings. Is there some way to achieve this? I've tried my best using AzureIngressProhibitedTarget but so far without any success.

Thanks in advance,

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  1. srbhatta-MSFT 8,551 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hello @Jan Michalski ,
    Welcome to Microsoft QnA.
    May I know how have you deployed the AGIC in your cluster? Have you used Helm charts?
    Is your Application gateway being shared by AGICs?
    If so, then you need to state shared : true in the helm-config.yaml which will configure the AGIC for AzureIngressProhibitedTarget to work correctly.

    Let me know if this resolves your issue! For any queries, please feel free to reach back by dropping your comment. Thanks :)


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  2. Jan Michalski 1 Reputation point

    Unfortunately AGIC was deployed by coworker, without helm. I've confirmed that AzureIngressProhibitedTarget is not working at all. Guess I'll redeploy using helm and see whats what.
    Anyway, many thanks for you helpful input!