What are the networking requirements for using SUSE Rancher Hosted?

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The network requirements for SUSE Rancher Hosted are going to depend on your use cases. The following is a list of common uses cases and what is required:
  • To access the Rancher UI or API, you must have outbound TCP/443 connectivity to SUSE Rancher Hosted.
  • All downstream/managed clusters require outbound TCP/443 connectivity to SUSE Rancher Hosted.
  • If you are creating a node driver based cluster, SUSE Rancher Hosted will need TCP/22 (SSH) connectivity to each node for the initial provisioning. Additionally, SUSE Rancher Hosted will need connectivity to the orchestration API, for example, the vSphere API.
  • For authentication provider integration , SUSE Rancher Hosted will require connectivity to the authentication provider's endpoint. Generally, no networking setup is needed if using a SaaS authentication provider such as Azure Active Directory, Okta, or GitHub.

More detailed documentation for networking requirements can be found in Rancher's port requirements docs.

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  • Document ID:000020024
  • Creation Date: 18-Feb-2022
  • Modified Date:23-Feb-2022
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