Installing the original master should be nothing more than that command.
With some flags though maybe so my command was,
ipa-server-install -a secret123 -p 123Secret -domain=unix.vuw.ac.nz
-realm=UNIX.VUW.AC.NZ --setup-dns –forwarder=220.127.116.11
–forwarder=18.104.22.168 --no-reverse –selfsign
So my master DNS zone is a Microsoft AD as vuw.ac.nz with 2 DNS servers hence
forwarder twice. The MS AD servers treat unix.vuw.ac.nz as a stub zone
delegation....they retain the ptr zone hence --no-reverse....so I have to add
check the rpm versions of the server and client.......they should be identical.
"is not an IPA v2 Server"
Just double check you have not made a typo......I put in "vyw" and not "vuw"
while doing the client install and got that............the other possibility is
iptables....or a firewall blocking......Ive had that same error and found it
was the cisco FWSM.....
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From: freeipa-users-boun...@redhat.com [freeipa-users-boun...@redhat.com] on
behalf of george he [george_...@yahoo.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 19 June 2012 10:26 a.m.
Subject: [Freeipa-users] ipa installation problem
While waiting for more suggestions on my thread "is not an IPA v2 Server", I
tried to install ipa server on other machines running fc16 and fc15.
When server is on fc16, I get the same error as when it's on fc17, wget failed:
No route to host.
when server is on fc15, wget still failed, but the reason was "Connection
Seems to me there's something else to do after running ipa-server-install on
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