I’m trying to use the Kubernetes subsystem in Docker Desktop, and attempted to include the NGINX ingress controller using the instructions here: Installation Guide - NGINX Ingress Controller.
Everything looks like correct after deploying my pods and services, but when I try to access the web UI on port 80, it connects but just hangs and eventually times out. To try to eliminate some misconfiguration of the ingress as the issue, I removed that and changed the web UI service to LoadBalancer, still on port 80. However, I got the same result. As a sanity check, I changed the external port to 8080 and it then worked. So I’m guessing it has something to do with macOS security and trying to run something on a port below 1024? Note: I was also able to exec into the ingress controller pod and connect to the web UI service on port 80 on its cluster IP address.
Should I expect Docker Desktop/K8s to be able to work on port 80 or do I have to somehow run something as root?
Docker Desktop: v4.1.1 (69879)
Thanks in advance.