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Fri, 09 Sep 2005 12:06:24 -0500
I am trying to set up a fairly standardized system where junior
sysadmins are able to add new systems into the cfengine setup. I have
most of the steps properly automated so that they do not need special
access on the cfengine master server, except for the issue of the new
client's public key.
I can't figure out a way to force cfservd to trust a range of IPs
despite the examples given in the reference guide. I know what ranges
of IPs I want to trust, but it seems to only trust pre-existing keys or
individual IPs. (I can't afford to manually add every single IP).
This is cfengine 3.1.15.
I've tried tricks like ACLs on the /var/cfengine/ppkeys directory, but
that causes complaints on the master server.
Any suggestions or am I overthinking this?
address@hidden Mark McCullough
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