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Kenneth Lowenstein
Cisco Employee

use kubectl to access devnet CCP cluster

How to you access CCP cluster using kubectl? User manual describes accessing installer and get kubeconfig file (download token?). I can access dashboard using token but not sure how to access with CLI. I can ssh to master node from directory containing token file but unable to authenticate. I have tried 'admin', root, kuebernetes-admin (mentioned in .env file) with Cisco123 as password.

Are you able to use kubectl with the devnet offering?

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sbhadrav@cisco.com
Contributor

You must download the cluster environment to access the Kubernetes clusters using command line tools such
as kubectl or using APIs.
Step 1 From the left pane, click Clusters.
Step 2 Click the Download icon corresponding to the cluster environment that you want to download.
The kubeconfig file that contains the cluster information and the certificates required to access clusters is downloaded
to your local system.
For more details please refer the link below:-
https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_container_platform/1-0/User_Guide/CCP-User-Guide-01/CCP-User-Guide-01_chapter_0110.pdf