metallb - A network load-balancer implementation for Kubernetes using BGP and ARP

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MetalLB is a load-balancer implementation for bare metal Kubernetes clusters, using standard routing protocols.Check out MetalLB's website for more information.

https://metallb.universe.tf
https://github.com/google/metallb

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