easy_ipa

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Manages IPA servers and clients.
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Version information

  • 2.2.0 (latest)
  • 2.1.1
released Jul 3rd 2019
This version is compatible with:
  • Puppet Enterprise 2018.1.x, 2017.3.x, 2017.2.x, 2017.1.x, 2016.5.x, 2016.4.x
  • Puppet >= 4.7.0 < 6.0.0
  • CentOS
    ,
    RedHat
    ,
    Ubuntu

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puppetfinland/easy_ipa — version 2.2.0 Jul 3rd 2019

easy_ipa Puppet module

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Overview

This module will install and configure IPA servers, replicas, and clients. This module was forked from huit-ipa, and refactored with a focus on simplicity and ease of use.

The following features work great:

  • Creating a domain.
  • Adding IPA server replicas.
  • Joining clients.
  • WebUI proxy to https://localhost:8440 (for vagrant testing).

The following features were stripped out and are currently unavailable:

  • Autofs configuration.
  • Sudo rule management.
  • Host management (beyond simple clinet domain joins).
  • Host joins via one time passwords.
  • Dns zone management (beyond creating an initial zone).

Dependencies

This module requires puppetlabs/stdlib >= 4.13.0.

Usage

Example usage:

Creating an IPA master, with the WebUI proxied to https://localhost:8440.

class {'easy_ipa':
    ipa_role                    => 'master',
    domain                      => 'vagrant.example.lan',
    ipa_server_fqdn             => 'ipa-server-1.vagrant.example.lan',
    admin_password              => 'vagrant123',
    directory_services_password => 'vagrant123',
    install_ipa_server          => true,
    ip_address                  => '192.168.44.35',
    enable_ip_address           => true,
    enable_hostname             => true,
    manage_host_entry           => true,
    install_epel                => true,
    webui_disable_kerberos      => true,
    webui_enable_proxy          => true,
    webui_force_https           => true,
}

Adding a replica:

class {'::easy_ipa':
    ipa_role             => 'replica',
    domain               => 'vagrant.example.lan',
    ipa_server_fqdn      => 'ipa-server-2.vagrant.example.lan',
    domain_join_password => 'vagrant123',
    install_ipa_server   => true,
    ip_address           => '192.168.44.36',
    enable_ip_address    => true,
    enable_hostname      => true,
    manage_host_entry    => true,
    install_epel         => true,
    ipa_master_fqdn      => 'ipa-server-1.vagrant.example.lan',
}

Add monitoring with monit. Depends on the puppetfinland-monit module:

class { '::easy_ipa::monit::server':
    email => 'monitoring@domain.com',
}

Add iptables/ip6tables allow rules:

class { '::easy_ipa::packetfilter::server':
    allow_address_ipv4 => '10.0.0.0/8',
    allow_address_ipv6 => '::1',
}

Add a backup job to cron:

    easy_ipa::backup { 'full':
      type      => 'full',
      timestamp => false,
      monthday  => 1,
      weekday   => undef,
      hour      => 4,
      minute    => 15,
      email     => 'admin@domain.com',
    }

Backup type can be 'full' or 'data'. Timestamp is either true (default) or false. A wrapper script is used as ipa-backup always adds a timestamp to the backup directory, which makes no sense if an external system (e.g. Bacula) is handling backup versioning anyways.

Adding a client:

class {'::easy_ipa':
ipa_role             => 'client',
domain               => 'vagrant.example.lan',
domain_join_password => 'vagrant123',
install_epel         => true,
ipa_master_fqdn      => 'ipa-server-1.vagrant.example.lan',
}

Support for systems without ipa client packages

This module has partial support configuring ipa clients on operating systems which lack ipa client package and thus the ipa-client-install script. Right now Debian 9 is the only operating system supported in this way. Client-side is configured with the exception that sshd_config is not touched to prevent configuration overlap with other Puppet modules. Adapt the following procedure (adapted from here) to complete the enrollment of a host into IPA.

On the IPA master:

kinit admin
ipa host-add --ip-address=192.168.44.40 ipa-client-4.vagrant.example.lan
ipa host-add-managedby --hosts=ipa-server-1.vagrant.example.lan ipa-client-4.vagrant.example.lan
ipa-getkeytab --server=ipa-server-1.vagrant.example.lan -p host/ipa-client-4.vagrant.example.lan -k /tmp/ipa-client-4.keytab
chmod 644 /tmp/ipa-client-4.keytab

Copy the keytab to /etc/krb5.keytab on the client host to be enrolled and in there run

chown root:root /etc/krb5.keytab
chmod 600 /etc/krb5.keytab

Assuming you had ran Puppet on the client and launching of sssd had failed, try again now:

systemctl restart sssd

You should now be able to use kinit normally on the enrolled client:

kinit admin

Many of these steps could be automated with exported resources, but getting the Kerberos keytab back to the enrolled would somewhat be challenging.

Mandatory Parameters

domain

Mandatory. The name of the IPA domain to create or join.

ipa_role

Mandatory. What role the node will be. Options are 'master', 'replica', and 'client'.

admin_password

Mandatory if ipa_role is set as 'Master' or 'Replica'. Password which will be assigned to the IPA account named 'admin'.

directory_services_password

Mandatory if ipa_role is set as 'Master'. Password which will be passed into the ipa setup's parameter named "--ds-password".

Optional Parameters

autofs_package_name

Name of the autofs package to install if enabled.

configure_dns_server

If true, then the parameter '--setup-dns' is passed to the IPA server installer. Also, triggers the install of the required dns server packages.

configure_replica_ca

If true, then the parameter '--setup-ca' is passed to the IPA replica installer.

configure_ntp

If false, then the parameter '--no-ntp' is passed to the IPA server installer.

custom_dns_forwarders

Each element in this array is prefixed with '--forwarder ' and passed to the IPA server installer.

domain_join_principal

The principal (usually username) used to join a client or replica to the IPA domain.

domain_join_password

The password for the domain_join_principal.

enable_hostname

If true, then the parameter '--hostname' is populated with the parameter 'ipa_server_fqdn' and passed to the IPA installer. On client installs '--hostname' is populated with $::fqdn.

enable_ip_address

If true, then the parameter '--ip-address' is populated with the parameter 'ip_address' and passed to the IPA installer.

fixed_primary

If true, then the parameter '--fixed-primary' is passed to the IPA installer.

idstart

From the IPA man pages: "The starting user and group id number".

install_autofs

If true, then the autofs packages are installed.

install_epel

If true, then the epel repo is installed. The epel repo is usually required for sssd packages.

install_kstart

If true, then the kstart packages are installed.

install_ldaputils

If true, then the ldaputils packages are installed.

install_sssdtools

If true, then the sssdtools packages are installed.

ipa_client_package_name

Name of the IPA client package.

ipa_server_package_name

Name of the IPA server package.

install_ipa_client

If true, then the IPA client packages are installed if the parameter 'ipa_role' is set to 'client'.

install_ipa_server

If true, then the IPA server packages are installed if the parameter 'ipa_role' is not set to 'client'.

install_sssd

If true, then the sssd packages are installed.

ip_address

IP address to pass to the IPA installer.

ipa_server_fqdn

Actual fqdn of the IPA server or client.

kstart_package_name

Name of the kstart package.

ldaputils_package_name

Name of the ldaputils package.

ipa_master_fqdn

FQDN of the server to use for a client or replica domain join.

manage_host_entry

If true, then a host entry is created using the parameters 'ipa_server_fqdn' and 'ip_address'.

mkhomedir

If true, then the parameter '--mkhomedir' is passed to the IPA client installer.

no_ui_redirect

If true, then the parameter '--no-ui-redirect' is passed to the IPA server installer.

realm

The name of the IPA realm to create or join.

sssd_package_name

Name of the sssd package.

sssdtools_package_name

Name of the sssdtools package.

webui_disable_kerberos

If true, then /etc/httpd/conf.d/ipa.conf is written to exclude kerberos support for incoming requests whose HTTP_HOST variable match the parameter 'webio_proxy_external_fqdn'. This allows the IPA Web UI to work on a proxied port, while allowing IPA client access to function as normal.

webui_enable_proxy

If true, then httpd is configured to act as a reverse proxy for the IPA Web UI. This allows for the Web UI to be accessed from different ports and hostnames than the default.

webui_force_https

If true, then /etc/httpd/conf.d/ipa-rewrite.conf is modified to force all connections to https. This is necessary to allow the WebUI to be accessed behind a reverse proxy when using nonstandard ports.

webui_proxy_external_fqdn

The public or external FQDN used to access the IPA Web UI behind the reverse proxy.

webui_proxy_https_port

The HTTPS port to use for the reverse proxy. Cannot be 443.

Limitations

This module has only been tested on Centos 7.

Testing

A vagrantfile is provided for easy testing.

Steps to get started:

  1. Install vagrant.
  2. Install virtualbox.
  3. Clone this repo.
  4. Run vagrant up in a terminal window from the root of the repo.
  5. Open a browser and navigate to https://localhost:8440. Log in with username admin and password vagrant123.

License

jpuskar/puppet-easy_ipa forked from: huit/puppet-ipa - Puppet module that can manage an IPA master, replicas and clients.

Copyright (C) 2013 Harvard University Information Technology

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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