I had this issue as well.
It would be good to add a `curl icanhazip.com` check to the script to allow for
1:1 nat in places like AWS.
I successfully worked around the issue by allocating the external IP to an
internal sub interface during the install:
ifconfig eth0:0 192.168.10.10 netmask 255.255.255.0 up
then try the install again.
On Monday, March 31, 2014 at 11:59 AM, The Dude wrote:
> Hi all; avid user of both FreeIPA and IPA for a few years now. I have a
> unique situation that I hope someone can provide some insight, or help with.
> I am presented a private, and public (floating) IP after RX a VM from my IaaS
> provider. The 'public' IP is NATted, and not visible from w/in the VM, but is
> reachable outside of the VM.
> In other words, if you were to do an 'ip a': eth0 would return the private IP.
> 18.104.22.168 (private)
> 192.168.10.10 (public)
> Because the installer only sees the 22.214.171.124 address, it bombs saying that
> I can't use that public IP (being obfuscated by NAT). So, my question is: if
> I have to use the private IP for installs, what configs should I edit to make
> Apache/TC respond to the public IP as requests come into it?
> I have already modified the conf/server.xml file, and added an 'address'
> Apache might need some mods, I headed over to the httpd.conf file and didn't
> see anything out of the ordinary (except there are 0 VirtualServer entries..)
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