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       ipa-dns-install - Add DNS as a service to an IPA server


       ipa-dns-install [OPTION]...


       Configure  an  integrated  DNS server on this IPA server, create DNS zone with the name of
       the IPA primary DNS domain, and  fill  it  in  with  service  records  necessary  for  IPA
       deployment.   In cases where the IPA server name does not belong to the primary DNS domain
       and is not resolvable using DNS, create a DNS zone containing the IPA server name as well.

       IPA provides an integrated DNS server which can be used to simplify IPA deployment. If you
       decide  to  use it, IPA will automatically maintain SRV and other service records when you
       change your topology.

       The DNS component in FreeIPA is optional and you may choose to manage all your DNS records
       manually  on  another third party DNS server. IPA DNS is not a general-purpose DNS server.
       If you need advanced features like DNS views, do not deploy IPA DNS.

       This command requires that an IPA server is already installed and configured.


       -d, --debug
              Enable debug logging when more verbose output is needed

              The IP address of the IPA server. If not provided then this is determined based  on
              the hostname of the server.  This option can be used multiple times to specify more
              IP addresses of the server (e.g. multihomed and/or dualstacked server).

              A forwarder is a DNS server where queries for a specific non-resolvable address can
              be directed. To define multiple forwarders use multiple instances of --forwarder

              Do  not  add  any  DNS  forwarders,  send  non-resolvable addresses to the DNS root

              Add DNS forwarders configured in /etc/resolv.conf to the list of forwarders used by
              IPA DNS.

              DNS  forwarding  policy  for  global  forwarders  specified  using  other  options.
              Defaults to first if no IP address belonging to a private  or  reserved  ranges  is
              detected  on  local interfaces (RFC 6303). Defaults to only if a private IP address
              is detected.

              The reverse DNS zone to use. This option can be  used  multiple  times  to  specify
              multiple reverse zones.

              Do  not  create  new  reverse DNS zone. If used on a replica and a reverse DNS zone
              already exists for the subnet, it will be used.

              Try to resolve reverse records and reverse zones for server  IP  addresses  and  if
              neither is resolvable creates these reverse zones.

              Disable DNSSEC validation on this server.

              Setup server to be DNSSEC key master.

              Disable the DNSSEC master on this server.

              Copy  OpenDNSSEC  metadata  from the specified kasp.db file. This will not create a
              new kasp.db file.

              The e-mail address of the DNS zone manager. Defaults to hostmaster@DOMAIN

              Allow creatin of (reverse) zone even if the zone is already resolvable. Using  this
              option is discouraged as it result in later problems with domain name resolution.

       -U, --unattended
              An unattended installation that will never prompt for user input


       -p DM_PASSWORD, --ds-password=DM_PASSWORD
              The password to be used by the Directory Server for the Directory Manager user


       0 if the installation was successful

       1 if an error occurred