Thanks for the reply. I figured out what the issue was. I had to change my DHCP settings to point everything to the new IP address. Not sure why but that worked.
On Monday, August 27, 2018 2:37 AM, Florence Blanc-Renaud via FreeIPA-users <email@example.com> wrote:
On 08/26/2018 03:29 AM, Andrew Meyer via FreeIPA-users wrote: > So I decided to rebuild my setup at home. I am running this on CentOS 7 > latest and have gotten the server working just fine. I am trying to > setup a client server and getting the following: > > [ameyer@jump01 vmware-tools-distrib]$ sudo ipa-client-install > [sudo] password for ameyer: > DNS discovery failed to determine your DNS domain > Provide the domain name of your IPA server (ex: example.com): ^CThe > ipa-client-install command failed. See /var/log/ipaclient-install.log > for more information > [ameyer@jump01 vmware-tools-distrib]$ > > My /etc/resolv.conf is pointed at the FreeIPA server and I am able to > resolve DNS. I can telnet to port 53. Hi,
DNS discovery is trying to find a FreeIPA server based on the client's FQDN. If the client is named client.sub2.sub1.domain.com, discovery will look for a FreeIPA server for sub2.sub1.domain.com, or for sub1.domain.com, or for domain.com. Is the client properly named?
The other thing to check is the firewall configuration. The ports listed in  must be available for IdM client to contact the server.