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Hey Everyone, We Have Such The Following Problem. Our Developers Asked Direct Access To Worker Nodes So That They Can Run Interactive Sessions (Clearml-Session). But The Security Team Does Not Approve, As We Have Requested Access To Ports 0-65535. Here T

Hey everyone,
We have such the following problem. Our developers asked direct access to worker nodes so that they can run interactive sessions (clearml-session).
But the security team does not approve, as we have requested access to ports 0-65535. Here the question arises, can we somehow in clearml-session choose the pool of ports for work?
Or do you know which pool of ports uses by clearml-session?
Thank you.

  
  
Posted one year ago
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can we somehow in clearml-session choose the pool of ports for work?

Yes, I think you can.
How do you spin the worker nodes? Is it Kubernetes ?

  
  
Posted one year ago

Clearml in kubernetes
worker nodes are bare metal and they are not in k8s yet :(

  
  
Posted one year ago

worker nodes are bare metal and they are not in k8s yet

By default the agent will use 10022 as an initial starting port for running the sshd that will be mapped into the container. This has nothing to do with the Host machine's sshd. (I'm assuming agent running in docker mode)

  
  
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