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Re: Implementation of SASL security layer in LDAP clients/servers
In that context, I guess I would completely reverse my statement. IBM
directory servers do not support the data integrity/privacy mechanisms
associated with SASL, just authentication. I am completely ignorant on the
subject of such support by other LDAP servers (which is not to say that
they don't provide such support, just that I don't know if they do).
Furuseth To: John McMeeking/Rochester/IBM@IBMUS
<h.b.furuseth@usi cc: LDAPBis WG <ietf-ldapbis@OpenLDAP.org>
t.uio.no> Subject: Re: Implementation of SASL security layer in LDAP
John McMeeking writes:
> IBM directory products support various SASL mechanisms for
> authentication. For that matter, all LDAP servers I have dealt with
> have SASL support of some form.
The question was about SASL security layers, which encrypt data sent
_after_ auth, not just 'some' SASL support like SASL authentication.