Access Mission Control’s User Interface (UI)

Choose from the following access methods:

  • Access the Mission Control UI through a web browser directed to the load balancer pointing at port 30880 in the Control Plane. Take advantage of the load balancer to provide a highly available location in the event of a worker node going down.

  • Port-forward the web interface with the kubectl tool.

    kubectl port-forward svc/mission-control-ui -n mission-control 8080:8080

    This opens a local port on your workstation to the remote cluster and forwards traffic to the appropriate services within the Control Plane.

  • Access the Mission Control UI outside of the load balancer through the host IP address of any worker node, using port 30880 on the Control Plane cluster. For example, from a web browser, issue:





    the qualifying worker node IP address

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