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No internet access with native Mac Kubernetes (docker-for-desktop) #736
After launching telepresence (without any arguments), domains from Kubernetes are accessible to Chrome, but nothing outside of Kubernetes.
Otherwise, containers can see the internet:
With gcloud (GKE) and telepresence, both Kubernetes and all other domains work fine
It also seems as though my process running under
Could be related. Also, it is an HTTP/2 gRPC connection which is failing. Figured I would add that in as context.
This bug is obviously pretty bad - you'll agree what it's hard to develop (or work at all: think Slack, Email etc) without an internet connection.
Could I please have an approximate ETA for a fix? Not sure if it'll come reasonably soon or if contrariwise you're overwhelmed with issues.
Alternatively, is there a workaround? (which hopefully still allows one to use the VPN method, so IDEs/debuggers work)
The fix for this is actually very simple, I'll send a PR in a minute. In the meantime, you can temporarily work around this by running
That will rename the context to