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RajendraPMishra-3212 asked HaitaoHuang-2464 commented

Support for multiple network interfaces on AKS kubernetes cluster pod

Hi,
I have created a kubernetes cluster on Azure AKS cloud. I am trying to deploy pods that require more then one network interface. On a local K8 cluster, I do the same using Open Vswicth or Multus CNI plugins. I want to know what is the equivalent on a AKS public cloud. In case such a functionality is not yet present, then is there a plan to bring in Multus or equivalent on Azure cloud ?

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-RP Mishra

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@RajendraPMishra-3212 Apologies for the delay in response and all the inconvenience caused because of the issue.
I have reached out to our internal team on the issue and once I have an update will keep you posted on same.

Thank you for your patience over the matter.

Thanks.

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prmanhas-MSFT answered HaitaoHuang-2464 commented

@RajendraPMishra-3212 Apologies for delay in response and all the inconvenience caused because of the issue.

I had discussion with our internal team and got to know that currently we this is not supported scenario and there is no near-term plan to add it.

You can indeed provide it as feedback on our User Voice Forum here:

https://feedback.azure.com/forums/34192--general-feedback

Our Product Group are very active on these forums and the post with highest number of upvotes are taken into consideration and worked upon accordingly.

Hope it helps!!!

Please "Accept as Answer" if it helped so it can help others in community looking for help in similar topics.


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What is the date of this thread? Its now 2021 - what year was the answer given on Nov 16?

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@FrankS-8242 Thread dates back to Nov 2020.

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Any chance this has changed since November?

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