|OpenLDAP Faq-O-Matic : General LDAP FAQ : Public LDAP Services : OpenLDAP LDAP Root Service|
|The OpenLDAP Project (http://www.openldap.org/) is operating an
experimental global root LDAP server suitable for use as a default
referral service. The service operates as described in RFC 3088.
The server will respond with a referral for LDAP operations where
the DN of the operation:
1) uses Internet (DC) style naming 2) ldap SRV resource records are available via the Domain Name Service (DNS).The service will respond with noSuchObject for DNs not meeting these requirements [including all X.500 (organizational) style DNs].
There is no registration required to use this free service. This service is experimental (see disclaimer below).
Enjoy! The OpenLDAP Project
|This experimental service is often unavailable.
|How does this work?|
What are Internet (DC) style DNs?
What are traditional X.500 organizational DNs?
Can I locate traditional X.500 style DNs using this service?
How do I setup DNS such that my LDAP service can be located?
Where can I find technical references regarding this service?
How do I configure my server to return a referral to this service?
Does the service support LDAPv3?
Does the service support LDAPv2+?
Does the service support LDAPv2?
What software does this service run?
Can you show me the service in action?
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DisclaimerTHIS FREE SERVICE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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