GCP Kubernetes (GKE) SDN connector using service account

Google Cloud Platform (GCP) SDN connectors support dynamic address groups based on GCP Kubernetes Engine (GKE) filters.

To enable a GCP SDN connector to fetch IP addresses from GKE:
  1. Go to Security Fabric > External Connectors, and configure an SDN connector for GCP.

    Screenshot of SDN connector configuration for GCP

  2. Go to Policies & Objects > Addresses and create a dynamic firewall address for the configured SDN connector using the supported Kubernetes filter.
  3. To filter out the Kubernetes IP addresses, select the address filter or filters. The following filters are supported:

    Filter

    Description

    k8s_cluster

    Name of Kubernetes cluster.

    k8s_namespace

    Namespace of a Kubernetes service or pod.

    k8s_svcname

    Name of a Kubernetes service.

    k8s_nodename

    Name of a Kubernetes node.

    k8s_zone

    Zone of a Kubernetes node.

    k8s_region

    Region of a Kubernetes node.

    k8s_podname

    Name of a Kubernetes pod.

    k8s_label.xxx

    Name of label of a Kubernetes resource (cluster/service/node/Pod).

    In this example, the GCP SDN connector will automatically populate and update IP addresses only for instances that belong to the zhm-kc3 cluster:

    Screenshot of GCP Kubernetes setup displaying the creation of dynamic firewall address

  4. Configure the rest of the settings, then click OK.

    The dynamic firewall address IP is resolved by the SDN connector.

    Screenshot displaying the IP being resolved by the SDN connector.

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