I have two separate networks each with their own FreeIPA server(s) and I
would like for users from network A to be able to be able to access services
in network B, but not the other way around. The documentation for ipa
trust-add seems to imply this is not possibly however as “Only trusts to
Active Directory domains are supported right now.” It seems really odd that
FreeIPA supports trusting a Windows AD domain but not another FreeIPA
domain. Is this really the case? If so are IPA -> IPA trusts a feature that
is planned for the future? Is there some other way I could achieve this?

 

Thanks,

 

Chris Addie

Señor Security Engineer

Datacom Technical Security Services Pty Ltd | A.B.N. 84 151 241 253

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