In all the training and all, I have not been able to find this answer. I have 2 network segments (say PCI vs none PCI) I have 2 ways to get to the environment through the jump host. The jump host is divided too. I have one host that gets me to the PCI side and one that gets me to the none-PCI side of the house. In general, the jump hosts will be the control for ansible are those jump. My question is is it possible to use a proxy like delegate_to to run them or do I just need to keep the environs separated and make each jump host its own master?
can you elobrate on the topology of the machines, network, possibly a diagram. what do you mean by PCI, or it is just a network segment as in A vs. B? in total you have one jumphost connected to both segments, or one each connected to a single segment?
The network is a design that most people know but here is a rudamentry design
One thing I might try not sure if it works or supported is use Windows WSL2 and make the windows jump host the control host, or is that too wild of an option?
Yea, the one the one thing I remember from the training was MS Windows could not be the main control for ansible.
Most likely it is not a supported commercial options, but still could simplify mgmt for you https://www.reddit.com/r/ansible/comments/bpi3nr/ansible_on_windows_10_via_wsl_working_without/
I would prefer a supported config that redhat would support
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