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Install Neo4j cluster in managed Kuberenetes

busymo16
Ninja
Ninja

Hi everyone,

I was wondering if anyone has installed the neo4j cluster in a server with managed kubernetes and had to deal with a proxy problem while trying to install helm?

The idea behind is that when I need to access the kubernetes cluster/server I have to be on a VPN. This VPN is build in a way that does not allow me to make calls to GitHub repos, where helm is located. If I switch off the VPN, I can reach to helm but not to my server.

Anybody does have an idea that would be easier to solve other than creating some artefacts and installing helm there first, then trying to install the cluster from Neo4j?

Thank you in advance!

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busymo16
Ninja
Ninja

Answer: The only possibility is to clone the public repository to a private repository so that one could read while complying with certain network policies.

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busymo16
Ninja
Ninja

Answer: The only possibility is to clone the public repository to a private repository so that one could read while complying with certain network policies.