How to rebroadcast UDP data to a deployment?

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Hey, I’ve been looking into how to do this for a few days now and I’m not really much closer than when I started. I have an application that requires DIS data as a source of truth, but every replica in the deployment needs to receive the data input on a certain port when it comes in to maintain an accurate representation of the world. I have found that regardless of the type of service I use, this doesn’t occur with more than 1 replica. This app is not stateless, which makes it more difficult as well but I have been able to get it to function correct with a single replica. ​ So I guess TLDR: I need to know if its possible and how to rebroadcast data that comes in on a port to every replica in a deployment. ​ I am fairly new to kubernetes with around 15 hours of time under my belt, so please feel free to point me in a completely different direction. I would appreciate any help! 🙂 ​ E: So it seems like a pretty solid consensus that the best way to do this would be to have each of the replicas reading off a queue. I would definitely agree with this but its something I’ve been trying to avoid as reading DIS data off a UDP port just to put it on a queue just feels bad. Not sure what other people think about it though, I may well be completely incorrect and its actually a decent way to do it. I’ve only been in the industry for about a year now :^) submitted by /u/codehardfixitpls [link] [comments]

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