I would like to set up RHEV-M so that there is:
- a NIC which is connected to the host management VLAN (i.e. the rhevm network). This VLAN is generally not accessible from most of our network.
- a separate NIC which is connected to a network which is widely accessible
Since there are two NICs, there must be two IP addresses. Similarly, there should be two domain names for the two IP addresses.
Should the FQDN for RHEV-M be the domain name on the management network? It seems to me that it should.
For example, I could name the NIC on the management VLAN rhevm.example.com. The NIC on the widely accessible VLAN could be desktop.example.com.
Then, the hope is that users could access the User Portal using a URL with desktop.example.com. The SSL cerfificate would have to be signed for desktop.example.com, even though RHEV-M's FQDN is rhevm.example.com.