On 8.12.2016 22:40, Harry Kashouli wrote:
> Ah, I think I totally misread the DNS page, the first time...
> Looks like I should put the router on int.custom.com as a domain, and I can
> create the freeipa domain as domain.custom.com
It depends on you how you want to name the machines. FreeIPA does not care as
long as requirements in the DNS page are met.
Meeting the requirements is significantly easier when you use actual names you
own as it mitigates risk of name collisions.
If you have some specific question do not hesitate to ask.
> On 8 December 2016 at 13:15, Harry Kashouli <kashma...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I want to make sure I'm understanding how to name my FreeIPA server.
>> (following names are placeholders)
>> On my router, I've set the domain to localdomain, so my server
>> automatically gets the full name as server.localdomain. I want my FreeIPA
>> domain to be domain.custom.com because I own the custom.com domain; so
>> when I'm setting it up, I answer the "server host name" question as
>> Is this wrong? Does the domain on my router have to match the FreeIPA
>> domain in any way?
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