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Re: Change over to anonymous binds

Well I've tweedled with the settings and now it works BUT for some reason it only works on the client.
In ldap.conf on the server I have the name of the ldap server set to but other than that the file is
the same as for the client. I have all of the same ssl settings and I even tried changeing the password format
back to {crypt} to see if that would make a difference... I don't get it.

Clue please?

Jim C wrote:

Where can I get some tips on how to configure anonymous binds?
Up until now I have been using proxyuser.

So far I've changed the slapd.access.conf file to read:

   # This is a good place to put slapd access-control directives
   access to dn=".*,dc=microverse,dc=net" attr=userPassword
           by dn="cn=root,dc=microverse,dc=net" write
           by dn="cn=proxyuser,dc=microverse,dc=net" read
           by self write
           by anonymous auth
   #       by * auth

   access to dn=".*,dc=microverse,dc=net" attr=mail
           by dn="cn=root,dc=microverse,dc=net" write
           by self write
           by * read

   access to dn=".*,ou=People,dc=microverse,dc=net"
           by * read

   access to dn=".*,dc=microverse,dc=net"
           by self write
           by * read

I assume some changes will also be needed to ldap.conf but I am not sure what they are.
Can I just comment out the line that specifys the root bind dn as proxyuser?