This would perhaps be a very interesting addition to the HBAC stuff. We're
considering deploying freeipa on EC2 and LDAP backed firewalld would be a
very powerful tool for a geographically distributed system.



On 31 December 2014 at 16:56, Jorick Astrego <j.astr...@netbulae.eu> wrote:

>  Hi,
>
> FreeIPA is great! One thing I'm missing though is management of
> firewalld services and ports.
>
> Is that something that would fit in FreeIPA?
>
> Currently we are using puppet scripts through katello/the foreman, but
> as this is very error prone we'd like to have it centrally managed a
> different way.
>
> The firewall rules are very essential IMHO and I thought the whole point
> of firewalld is to have make it more manageable...
>
> I already asked the katello guys but they don't appear very interested
> in implementing something there, then I started thinking it would maybe
> fit a lot better in freeIPA as it has more overlap with the other
> network/authentication stuff.
>
> It would be wasteful to have another project just for firewalld
> management.
>
> Happy new year everybody!
>
> Jorick
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> Met vriendelijke groet, With kind regards,
>
> Jorick Astrego
>
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