Networking

The Networking section of the Cockpit lets you create and manage ingresses, domains, and certificates, as well as handle redirects and configure your desired redirect settings.

Select desired cluster

Select your desired cluster from the dropdown menu at the top of the Cockpit.

select cluster id

Ingresses

You can add an ingress for any domain you choose. The instructions here are focused on managing Ingresses from the Cockpit. However, you can also create a [Custom Ingress] manually in Kubernetes and these are viewable and marked as custom when viewed from the Cockpit.


Add an ingress

  1. Go to Networking > Ingresses.

  2. Select the desired Cluster from the dropdown list.

  3. Click Add Ingress.

  4. In the dialog:

    1. Give your Ingress a Name.

    2. Choose a Namespace.

    3. If you want, add rule(s) under Rules.

      What are Ingress rules?

      Ingress rules specify the direction of allowed access to and from different identities and resources.

      ingress rule explainer

      • Path type: Choose the path type.

        • ImplementationSpecific: Matching is up to the IngressClass.

        • Exact: Matches the URL path exactly including being case-sensitive.

        • Prefix: Matches based on a URL path prefix split by /. This is case-sensitive.

      • Host: Choose the host from the dropdown menu. Only available hosts are listed.

      • Path: Specify the path itself, such as /icons or /docs.

      • Service: Choose the desired service from the dropdown. This is typically public or author.

      • Port: Choose the port. This can be the port number (such as 9090) or the port name if a name is given.

        Check Rancher for the port name and number if needed.
    4. If you want, add Certificates to the Ingress.

      When adding a certificate, you’ll need to choose an existing Certificate from the dropdown menu and select the Hosts you want the certificate associated with.

      cert to ingress

    5. Don’t forget to click Add Ingress.

Associate an ingress with CDN

To associate an ingress with the CDN:

  1. Under Networking > Ingresses (tab), select your desired Ingress from the list.

  2. On the right, select the accordion.

  3. Click Enable CDN.

  4. Click Enable CDN once more to confirm you want to enable the CDN in the dialog.

Edit an ingress

  1. Under Networking > Ingresses (tab), select your desired Ingress from the list.

  2. On the right, select the accordion. (you may need to scroll over)

  3. Click Edit Ingress.

  4. Edit the Rules or Certificates.

  5. Click Edit Ingress to save your changes.

Delete an ingress

To delete an ingress:

  1. Under Networking > Ingresses (tab), select your desired Ingress from the list.

  2. On the right, select the accordion.

  3. Click Delete Ingress.

Custom ingress

You can create custom Ingresses in Kubernetes that can then be viewed from the Cockpit. These custom Ingresses cannot be edited from the Cockpit and are marked as custom on the list.

isCustomIngress

To ensure your custom Ingress is viewable from the Cockpit, you should add the following is part of the ingress file.

...
magnolia.info/is-custom = true
...

Manage domains

From the Domains Content Delivery, you can add, verify, or delete domains.

If you are unable to access the Content delivery section of the Cockpit, please contact the Helpdesk.

Add domain

  1. Go to Networking > Domains.

  2. Choose your desired Cluster Id.

  3. Click Add domain.

  4. Enter the Domain you want to add.

    Options
  5. Click Add domain.

    add domain

Verify domain

Before adding a domain to the system, we make sure that you own the domain. Depending on the validation type you chose when adding the domain, you’ll need to provide either the CNAME or A record.

Once you have provided this, the validation is automatically handled by our side.

DNS-01

You’ll need to add the CNAME record in the DNS zone for your domain.

_acme-challenge.opera.mplatform.int.magnolia-platform.com. 60 IN CNAME d448a399-4249-4ed8-a45f-36fff888f71b.auth.mirohost.ch.auth.mirohost.ch. (1)

The CNAME record lets us verify you have control over the domain and automatically issue certificates for the domain before changing the A record. This way, a new setup or a cutover can be fully verified before switching DNS.

Certificates can be auto-renewed this way and you don’t have to take care of it yourself.

The system continually verifies things in the background so don’t alter the record as long as you need the domain to be active in PaaS. As soon as the record is created, it’s automatically verified.

You can check the verification status at anytime in the Cockpit.

A records

If you need to map a domain using an A record, point the domain to the IPs associated with the load balance servers.

You can retrieve this with the following command:

Command
dig https://adb8bffe76c8c422087e3732eabd17b9-58b5e8e7a952af5b.elb.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com (1)
1 The load balancer domain.
Response
https://adb8bffe76c8c422087e3732eabd17b9-58b5e8e7a952af5b.elb.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com  300  IN  A  203.0.113.1 (1)
1 The IP address associated with the domain. This is the IP address you should use for your A record.

From the Cockpit

You can see if your domain is verified by going to Networking > Domains and checking out whether you have the or icon next to the domain as shown below.

verified notVerified domain

Delete domain

  1. Go to Networking > Domains.

  2. Click on the desired domain.

  3. On the right, click the green circle with lines.

  4. Click Delete domain.

Manage certificates

You can manage your own certificates directly in the Cockpit under the Networking section.

Prerequisites

  • You must have first added and verified a domain.

    These domains are the only domains available to which certificates can be added.

Using a Certificate Authority Authorization (CAA)?

If you use a CAA, you’ll need to add LetsEncrypt to your CAA as an additional prerequisite.


Add certificate

Follow the instructions here to add a certificate.

Limitations

The maximum number of subdomains per domain is 100.
The maximum subdomain and domain length combined is 250 characters.
You should upload a certificate with either a 2048-bit RSA key, 4096-bit RSA key or 256-bit ECDSA key.

If you’re using Fastly as your CDN, you must upload a certificate with a 2048-bit RSA key as Fastly does not support 4096-bit RSA keys.
  1. Go to your Cockpit and navigate to Networking > Certificates.

  2. Choose the Cluster Id (from the dropdown menu) which holds the domain for which you want to upload a certificate.

  3. Click Add certificate.

    1. Give the certificate a Name.

      Names must start with a letter and can contain letters, numbers, hyphens (-), and underscores (_) only.

    2. Select the Namespace to which you want to add the certificate.

      These are virtual clusters within a project backed by a physical cluster.

    3. If applicable, select the Is a custom certificate checkbox.

    4. If a custom certificate, select the key size for the custom domain. This is either 2048 or 4096.

    5. If desired (and the domain is a top-level domain (TLD)), select the wildcard option.

      This isn’t available for custom certificates.

    6. Select the domain from the list where you want to add a certificate.

      1. If desired, add a subdomain.

    7. Click Add certificate to complete the process.

      add cert

Awesome. You’ve added a Certificate.

Now what? If you have added a standard (non-custom) certificate, you’re done. Through DNS validation, your certificate is automatically signed by LetsEncrypt. This can take up to a few minutes, but it’s usually pretty quick. If your certificate was custom, you’ll need to generate a CSR and sign the certificate.

Generate CSR

Custom certificates only

You’ll need to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) directly from the Cockpit for all custom certificates. After generating the CSR, you must sign the certificate.

  1. Go to your Cockpit and navigate to Networking > Certificates.

  2. From the table, select the certificate you want to generate a CSR for.

  3. On the right, click the green circle with lines.

  4. Click Generate a CSR.

  5. Complete the information in the dialog (all properties are optional).

    Optional properties

    • Country (such as CH)

    • State (such as Basel Stadt)

    • Locality (such as Basel)

    • Organization (such as Magnolia International)

    • Organizational Unit (such as Product Development)

    • Email

    • Fully-qualified Domain Name (FQDN)

  6. Click Generate a CSR to when the dialog is filled in.

Sign certificate

If you created a custom certificate, you’ll need to sign the certificate yourself. In order to sign the certificate, you must have first generated a CSR.

If your certificate is not custom, it is autosigned by LetsEncrypt.
  1. Go to your Cockpit and navigate to Networking > Certificates.

  2. From the table, select the certificate you want to sign.

  3. On the right, click the green circle with lines.

  4. Click Sign certificate.

    1. Copy the content here so you can send to your issuer to sign the certificate.

      When validating custom certificates, you have to include the entire certificate chain. Below is merely an example to give you an idea on how that would look.

      Example request

      -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
      WuIGojCCBIqgAwIBAgIoAO7I3m1IQZ1Q-+aPhHZGKgUUwDQYJKoZIhvJNAQEtBQAw
      SzELtAkGA1UEBhtCQVQxEDAOBgNVBAozB1plJm9zU0wxKjAoBgNVBAtzIVplJm9z
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      -----END CERTIFICATE-----
      -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
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      -----END CERTIFICATE-----
    2. Once you have your signed certificate from your issuer, paste it into the Paste signed certificate text area.

    3. Click Sign certificate once more to complete the process.

      sign cert

Renew certificate

If you want to renew a certificate, you must regenerate a CSR. Once that’s complete, follow the instructions below.

The ability to renew a certificate is only possible with certificates added after the feature was released.
  1. Go to your Cockpit and navigate to Certificates.

  2. From the table, select the certificate you want to renew.

  3. On the right, click the green circle with lines.

  4. Click Renew certificate.

    renew certificate

  5. Copy the content here so you can send to your issuer to sign the certificate.

    Example

    -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
    WuIGojCCBIqgAwIBAgIoAO7I3m1IQZ1Q-+aPhHZGKgUUwDQYJKoZIhvJNAQEtBQAw
    SzELtAkGA1UEBhtCQVQxEDAOBgNVBAozB1plJm9zU0wxKjAoBgNVBAtzIVplJm9z
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    -----END CERTIFICATE-----
    -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
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  6. Once you have your signed certificate from your issuer, paste it into the Paste signed certificate text area.

  7. Click Renew certificate once more to complete the process.

Delete certificate

  1. Go to your Cockpit and navigate to Networking > Certificates.

  2. From the table, select the certificate you want to delete.

  3. On the right, click the green circle with lines.

  4. Click Delete.

    delete cert

Create redirects

You can view redirects that you have created or add them directly yourself from the Cockpit.

Redirects prerequisites

You need to ensure the following prerequisites are met in order to use the redirects feature in PaaS.

  • You should have already created a domain.

Good to knows

  • The redirects server is a proxy server.

  • Redirects are evaluated in order of appearance when entered. The first match is accepted.

  • Only 3xx status codes are acceptable. Different codes affect the browser in different ways. For more, see here.

  • Wrong entries in a CSV file won’t cause any issues. They’ll simply be ignored.

  • Some applications (like Microsoft Excel) wrap quotations (") around CSV lines. You need to remove those quotations if importing or adding a redirect in the Cockpit.

  • You can use RE2 syntax.

    RE2 Syntax examples

    Regex example

    https://www.example.com/0-9{2}(bar|baz)` matches https://www.example.com/01bar or `\https://www.example.com/14baz

    Wildcard example

    https://www.example.com/(.*)https://www.example.com/$1.html redirects https://www.example.com/test to https://www.example.com/test.html



Redirects settings

By default, redirects are served from the backend. However, you can configure the settings to suit your needs if you want to use a Frontend redirect. Follow the instructions here to do just that:

  1. In your Cockpit, go to Networking > Redirects.

  2. Click the Redirects settings button.

  3. In the dialog, choose the settings that best suit your needs.

    1. Under Redirects server, choose Backend or Frontend .

      If choosing Frontend, you’ll need to pass the port number you want to use, such as 8080.

    2. Under Load balancing, choose Round Robin or Cookie based load balancing.

      If choosing Cookie based, you’ll need to give the cookie a name.

      redirects settings
  4. Don’t forget to save your updates.

Add redirects

  1. Go to Networking > Redirects.

  2. Select the desired Cluster from the dropdown list.

  3. Select the desired Environment from the dropdown list.

  4. Add a single redirect or import a redirect CSV file.

    • Add redirect

    • Add redirects (CSV)

    1. Click Add redirect.

    2. In the dialog, fill out the following.

      1. The Source URL. This is the place to redirect from.

      2. The Target URL. This is the place to redirect to.

      3. The Code. This is the http status code passed with the redirect. Only 3xx http codes are acceptable.

      4. Click Add redirect to complete the action.

    add single redirect
    1. Click Add redirects (CSV).

    2. Click Choose File to import a CSV file for redirects.

      format
      Source,Target,Code (1)
      1 Only 3xx http codes are acceptable.
      example
      Source,Target,Code
      https://www.example.com/,https://www.example.be/foo.html,308
    3. Select your file.

    4. Click Add redirects (CSV) to complete the action.

    add multiple redirects via csv

Manage redirects

If necessary, you can also edit or delete a redirect.

  1. Go to Networking > Redirects.

  2. Select the desired Cluster from the dropdown list.

  3. Select the desired Environment from the dropdown list.

  4. Select the redirect you want to manage.

    1. Click the and select your desired action.

      • Edit

      • Delete

      If editing a redirect:

      1. Click Edit and in the dialog, edit the field(s) you want to change (Source, Target, Code).

      2. Click Edit to confirm the changes.

      edit redirect

      If deleting a redirect.

      1. Click the Delete button.

      2. Confirm that you want to delete the redirect.

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