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I have a situation where I need to setup a few IPA-clients behind NAT while the IPA server resides outside this NAT.
Since the IPA-server is outside the NAT:ed network, there will be a potential diff since one server has 1 internal IP and 1 NAT:ed IP as seen from the outside NAT.
[Active Directory] <--- [IPA Server] <--- [NAT:ed IP for srvipaclient001: 10.19.6.7] <--- [router] <--- [srvipaclient001 with IP 10.5.6.7]
Which IP will the ipa server think my ipa-client srvipaclient001 has?
- IP Behind NAT: 10.19.6.7?
- The NAT:ed IP: 10.19.6.7?
All requests to the IPA server will of course come from the NAT:ed ip 10.19.6.7.
Will I run into any issues?
Will my ipa client (srvipaclient001 in this example) report 10.5.6.7 to the IPA server as this is the only IP it truly knows about?