Jones, Bob (rwj5d) via FreeIPA-users wrote:
We implemented Red Hat IDM with completely external DNS. You just
need to make sure the correct DNS entries are in place and everything works fine.
Yep. The warning in the documentation is because not every single
possible DNS record is supported and some use cases, like views, are not
The common record types are there, A, AAAA, CNAME, PTR, SRV, TXT, etc.
It is built on top of bind after all.
It might be worth a few test installs to see if it will do what you
want. It can be convenient to use the IPA DNS as some things can be
automated more easily (like clients registering themselves to DNS when
Lead Linux Services Engineer
ITS ECP - Linux Services
> On Jan 16, 2020, at 10:03 AM, Daniel PC via FreeIPA-users
> Red Hat strongly recommends IdM-integrated DNS for basic usage within the IdM
deployment but at the same time declares "It does not support
> some of the advanced DNS features" and must be used only for IdM purposes.
> I have a DNS for a domain that resolves names to Linux hostnames, VIPs, application
names, databases scan, and more.
> From my understanding, IdM must resolve DNS only for hostnames. Other services should
be delegated to a true DNS server.
> I understand that it's not normal the use of two DNS for one domain, but in my
case how can I build my DNS system?
> Any advice?
> Thank you
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