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Re: Only Openldap 2.1.x support TLS ?
Howard is right, I have also test openldap v2.0.27 with TLS and it works
well. I'm using the Novell LDAP SKD for developing client applications.
"Tony Earnshaw" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> man, 2002-11-11 kl. 22:52 skrev Howard Chu:
> > > AFAIk, after communication with others and having been on
> > > this list for
> > > a while, 2.0.x has no encryption (SSL or TLS) or otherwise advanced
> > > authentication possibility and has to use /usr/sbin/stunnel for
> > > encrypted connections (man stunnel), whilst 2.1.x has a *lot* of added
> > > functionality, including full SASL.
> > No. 2.0.x and 2.1.x have mostly identical support for SSL/TLS, it's just
> > the man pages and admin guide never got updated with these features in
> > There are probably some bug fixes in 2.1 tls.c that never made it back
> > but for the most part they're the same. All the TLS configuration
> > documented for ldap.conf and slapd.conf in 2.1 are identical in 2.0. 2.1
> > much better support for SASL/EXTERNAL though.
> I'll take that on board, thanks!
> Tony Earnshaw
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