Conduktor, which is running on your computer, has no access by default to MSK. Still, it's possible to connect it to the cluster by using a specialized kafka proxy in-between.
To make it work:
Start a proxy https://github.com/dajudge/kafkaproxy/ on a EC2 instance that has access to the cluster. For instance, using Docker:
$ sudo docker run --net host \-e KAFKAPROXY_HOSTNAME=localhost\-e KAFKAPROXY_BASE_PORT=4000 \-e KAFKAPROXY_BOOTSTRAP_SERVERS=MYBROKER1:9092,broker2:9092,broker3:9092 \dajudge/kafkaproxy:0.0.5
On your local machine, do a ssh-tunnel to this EC2 instance:
$ ssh -i ~/.ssh/ec2-key.pem -N \-L 4000:localhost:4000 \-L 4001:localhost:4001 \-L 4002:localhost:4002 \<ec2instance>
Connect Conduktor using localhost:4000