We have an "interesting" set up here and ultimately it means that some of our
users are on a network that can't access the domain that the IPA servers are on
so can't reset their passwords. However, they do have access to a domain that
we can proxy requests through to get to IPA.
Through googling a bit I saw people mention changing 'xmlrpc_uri' in
/etc/ipa/default.conf along with some proxy settings for nginx but couldn't
really see anything "official".
Has anyone successfully put nginx in front of a cluster of IPA servers? Is
there any documentation to detail the steps involved?
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