On Fri, Nov 02, 2018 at 02:02:03PM -0000, 74cmonty via FreeIPA-users wrote:
I consider to deploy FreeIPA in my home network.
In this network I run several servers and workstations with both Linux and Windows.
In addition I have setup some Webservices running in containers (LXC).
I have only one public IP and manage the (privately hosted) Webservices with a reverse
The network architecture includes several networks, e.g. LAN, DMZ, ...
All networks are secured by relevant iptables roules.
I want a central user management strong security management.
This is included in FreeIPA.
In addition FreeIPA includes some network related features, e.g. DNS.
And here starts my problem.
Currently I manage the DNS of my public domain with the domain provider.
If I install FreeIPA I need to shutdown the DNS management with the domain provider and
manage this by myself.
Can I shutdown this DNS service before starting FreeIPA installation w/o impacting DNS
resolution to my domain?
What happens if FreeIPA is down? Should there be any redundancy?
You can install FreeIPA without the DNS component, and continue
using your external DNS provider.
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