> So the question now is: why is DNS discovery pre-empting the specific
> parameters provided on the command line? According to the output below,
> it looks like it understands server and domain are forced, but it does a dns
> lookup on realm?

Tried again with the "stock" Fedora-20 version of freeipa-server 3.3.5. Same 
thing. Seems that the ipa-client-install allows the value in DNS to override 
the value provided on the command line, at least for the realm.

Created a ticket to take this off list: 

I understand that if my DNS was right, I wouldn't have this problem, but if the 
--realm option is going to be provided, it should work. :) Anyway, I need to 
wait for the network people to fix my DNS.

Thanks for your help.


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