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Re: trying to get tls working

Maybe you can try with the netscape address book, which is an LDAP

It works for me for LDAP, but once I access the ldaps, I can only get a
answer for my first request....


charlie derr wrote:
> Apologies for sending this message to the wrong list the first time.
> I'm a rank newbie at this ldap stuff, so take that into consideration as
> you read my comments.
> I grabbed code from CVS (cvs -z3 checkout -P ldap) and built it using
> --with-tls --with-cyrus-sasl.  Everything seemed to go fine.  However,
> when i start with:
> /usr/local/libexec/slapd -h "ldaps:///"
> i am not able to connect with either gq or the java ldapbrowser (i'd be
> happy to try a different mechanism if someone wants to suggest another
> browser or a command line that i can use to check).  I would think that
> gq or the java ldapbrowser would be sufficient -- i found (and enabled)
> the option in both programs to "use tls".
> When i nmap myself, I can see that port 636 is open.
> If i start using:
> /usr/local/libexec/slapd -h "ldap:/// ldaps:///"
> i can successfully connect to the server on port 389 (without tls), but
> again i have no luck with the tls connection to port 636.
> Has anyone else had success with this?
> I can build without the cyrus-sasl if someone thinks that this will help
> figure out the problem.   Please let me know what else I can do to try
> to figure this out.
>         thanx very much,
>                 ~c

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