Probably an RTFM error, if the answer is already clearly laid out I’d appreciate if someone can point me in the right direction.
I tried to spin up the Docker quick-start with the goal to connect to it via the windows Desktop edge client. (referenced Setting Up Oracle Cloud To Host OpenZiti) As far as I can tell Everything in the Docker quick-start is working properly but I have not been able to figure out how to generate a config for an edge client that will connect.
After using the docker quick-start to get my containers spun up on a remote VM, and confirmed I could log into ZAC and see my basic config, I then followed the first bit of Wildcard DNS with OpenZiti using Ziti Desktop Edge for Windows - YouTube to get the edge routers publicly accessible and generate a client jwt.
When I try to use the jwt to create a new identity in the windows app, it says “failed to enroll”. I’m pretty sure the issue is that the ziti controller does not know an IP or hostname that is routeable from my computer, and I’m having trouble figuring out where this would be configured.
Ideally the way I envisioned building this out, I was hoping to have the admin interfaces only accessible via docker exec into the controller and have the ZAC set up but only accessible when using a desktop edge client. When I tried to configure the rout-able domain name via the .env file then the docker-compose up hung waiting fore https://routable-controller-hostname.com:1280 to come up, but from the docs I read I didn’t think 1280 should need to be publicly exposed.
Anyway I hope that is helpful context and someone can help fill in the detail whereever I’m missing how this should work.