Make sure you can find the kubernetes
ca.keyfiles. If you set up your kubernetes cluster by
kubeadm, those files will be in
CLOUDCOREIPSenv. The environment variable is set to specify the IP address of cloudcore, or a VIP if you have a highly available cluster.
(Warning: the same terminal is essential to continue the work, or it is necessary to type this command again.) Checking the environment variable with the following command:
Generate the certificates for CloudStream on cloud node, however, the generation file is not in the
/etc/kubeedge/, we need to copy it from the repository which was git cloned from GitHub. Change user to root:
Copy certificates generation file from original cloned repository:
cp $GOPATH/src/github.com/kubeedge/kubeedge/build/tools/certgen.sh /etc/kubeedge/
Change directory to the kubeedge directory:
Generate certificates from certgen.sh
Set Iptables Rule
Set iptables on the host. This command should be executed on every apiserver deployed node.(In this case, this the master node, and execute this command by root.)
Run the following command on the host on which each apiserver runs:
Note: You need to set the cloudcoreips variable first
iptables -t nat -A OUTPUT -p tcp --dport 10350 -j DNAT --to $CLOUDCOREIPS:10003
Port 10003 and 10350 are the default ports for the CloudStream and edgecore, use your own ports if you have changed them.
If you are not sure if you have setting of iptables, and you want to clean all of them. (If you set up iptables wrongly, it will block you out of your this feature)
The following command can be used to clean up iptables:
iptables -F && iptables -t nat -F && iptables -t mangle -F && iptables -X
/etc/kubeedge/config/edgecore.yamlon cloudcore and edgecore. Set up cloudStream and edgeStream to
enable: true. Change the server IP to the cloudcore IP (the same as $CLOUDCOREIPS).
cloudStream: enable: true streamPort: 10003 tlsStreamCAFile: /etc/kubeedge/ca/streamCA.crt tlsStreamCertFile: /etc/kubeedge/certs/stream.crt tlsStreamPrivateKeyFile: /etc/kubeedge/certs/stream.key tlsTunnelCAFile: /etc/kubeedge/ca/rootCA.crt tlsTunnelCertFile: /etc/kubeedge/certs/server.crt tlsTunnelPrivateKeyFile: /etc/kubeedge/certs/server.key tunnelPort: 10004
edgeStream: enable: true handshakeTimeout: 30 readDeadline: 15 server: 192.168.0.139:10004 tlsTunnelCAFile: /etc/kubeedge/ca/rootCA.crt tlsTunnelCertFile: /etc/kubeedge/certs/server.crt tlsTunnelPrivateKeyFile: /etc/kubeedge/certs/server.key writeDeadline: 15
Restart all the cloudcore and edgecore.
At the cloud side:
sudo systemctl restart cloudcore.service
At the edge side:
sudo systemctl restart edgecore.service