Accessing your managed clusters using your Kommander administrator credentials
After the cluster is successfully attached, you can retrieve a custom kubeconfig file from the UI.
Select the Kommander username in the top right corner, and then select Generate Token.
Select the attached cluster name, and follow the instructions to assemble a kubeconfig for accessing its Kubernetes API. If Kommander prompts you to log in, use the credentials used to first login to the UI.
You can also retrieve a custom kubeconfig file by visiting the
/token endpoint on the Kommander cluster domain (example URL:
https://your-server-name.your-region-2.elb.service.com/token/. Selecting the attached cluster name displays the instructions to assemble a kubeconfig for accessing its Kubernetes API.