How would I set up a non-kubernetes service on traefik in k3s?

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I’m new to kubernetes, and I’m experiencing with a k3s setup on a raspberry pi on my local network. For the most part it’s working, and I’ve managed to enable Let’s Encrypt on the traefik ingress. I have two services running that are accessible from the outside, both working pretty well via host based ingress configurations. Now the challenge is that I have a few services running outside of kubernetes my network that I want to expose via a domain name. So my question is, first, just to cover the basics, can you make an ingress for an IP external to kubernetes? And if not, how would I go about to add the config to traefik, using dedicated file for each kubernetes-external service? submitted by /u/TheTerrasque [link] [comments]

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