If you are using Calico on your cluster, YOU MUST READ the following, otherwise you may end up breaking your set-up. When installed, Liqo adds several interfaces to a cluster to handle cross-cluster traffic routing. Those interfaces are intended to not interfere with the CNI normal job.
However, Calico scans existing interfaces on a node to detect network configuration and establish the correct routes. To make everything work well, Calico should ignore Liqo interfaces. This change is required only if you have Calico configured in BGP mode. If you use VPC native setup, you are not required to do this modification.
To do so, In Calico v3.17, you should patch the Installation CR by adding in
An example of the patched resource is available here:
apiVersion: operator.tigera.io/v1 kind: Installation metadata: name: default spec: calicoNetwork: bgp: Enabled hostPorts: Enabled ipPools: - blockSize: 24 cidr: 10.244.0.0/16 encapsulation: None natOutgoing: Enabled nodeSelector: all() multiInterfaceMode: None nodeAddressAutodetectionV4: skipInterface: liqo.* cni: ipam: type: Calico type: Calico flexVolumePath: /usr/libexec/kubernetes/kubelet-plugins/volume/exec/ nodeUpdateStrategy: rollingUpdate: maxUnavailable: 1 type: RollingUpdate variant: Calico
For versions prior 3.17, you should modify the
calico-node Daemonset. First, you should type:
kubectl edit daemonset -n kube-system calico-node
And then, you should add/edit the environment variables of the calico-node container.
- name: IP_AUTODETECTION_METHOD value: skip-interface=liqo.*