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Re: OpenLDAP 2.06 and OpenBSD 2.8 i386

> Hi,
> I have something which I would like to know.
> On OpenBSD i386 2.8 I have the following;
> running slapd and trying to contact the running process doesn't work
> (ldap_bind: Can't contact LDAP server.. not a tcp wrapper case) ..
> a "netstat -a" tells me that slapd is listening for ipv6 connections.
> if I start another instance of slapd and do "netstat -a" a second time, I
> will see that slapd is listening for both ipv4 and 6.
> I don't have ipv6 configured (although it is enabled) so I am not surprised
> why I can't contact the slapd when it runs for ipv6.
> what I would like to know is how to start slapd to listen only for ipv4
> connections, and why it defaults to ipv6 ?.
> cheers,
> Jankok

Someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think there's a way
to specify this at runtime.  You'll need to rebuild with --disable-ipv6.