A few months ago, I had to understand in details how Container Network Interface (CNI) are implemented in order to, well, simply get a chaos testing solution working on a bare-metal installation of Kubernetes.

At that time, I found a few resources that helped me understand how this was implemented, mainly Kubernetes official documentation on the topic, and the official CNI specification. And yes, this specification simply consists of a Markdown document, which I needed to invest a consequent amount of energy to digest and process.

I did not, however, find a step-by-step guide explaining how a CNI is practically…

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