Currently our network is all tied to Active Directory with both Windows and Linux workstations/servers. We would like to implement a Free IPA server that synchronizes authentication between a Linux domain (eg: linux.my.domain) and an Active Directory domain (win.my.domain). While there are multiple solutions for Windows+Linux authentication, AD and Free IPA(IdM) is a requirement of our customers.
What is the best way to configure these servers with DNS and DHCP? The network traffic must be able to communicate (eg: linux machines can ping windows machines). We were thinking that we would need two separate DNS servers connected to a DHCP server with two NICs. Using different subnets, the DHCP server would know where to route machines to their appropriate DNS servers.
Hopefully I haven't confused you. If so, I'm still trying to formulate a plan. I just wanted to see if anyone had ever done this before. Thanks for the advice in advance!