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Re: What's the magic to allowing version 2 binds?
Yes.. thats a cut and paste from my slapd.conf file.
I'll check on that man page..
On 25-Nov-2002 Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
>> Ok, I have installed openldap 2.1.8 running on a linux box at kernel
>> version 2.4.18 (slackware to be precise)
>> I'm running bdb:
>> Nov 24 21:04:59 belgarath slapd: bdb_open: Sleepycat Software:
>> Berkeley DB 4.1.24: (September 13, 2002)
>> Nov 24 21:04:59 belgarath slapd: bdb_db_init: Initializing BDB
>> database Nov 24 21:04:59 belgarath slapd: slapd starting
>> Here is the relavent areas of my slapd.conf file:
>> # Sample access control policy:
>> allow bind_v2
> Are you sure you added the above reported line to slapd.conf?
>> Allow read access of root DSE
>> Allow self write access
>> Allow authenticated users read access
>> Allow anonymous users to authenticate
> Did you really add the above reported lines to slapd.conf?
>> # Directives needed to implement policy:
>> access to dn.base="" by * read
>> access to *
>> by self write
>> by users read
>> by anonymous auth
>> # if no access controls are present, the default policy is:
>> # Allow read by all
>> # rootdn can always write!
>> I can connect just fine using GQ and LDAP browswer/editor v2.8.2 using
>> ldap v3. Using the Ldap browser/editor in ldap v2 mode and i can't
>> connect and get this in the logs (as well as other "ldap aware" clients
>> that are using ldap v2 protocal):
>> Nov 24 21:05:11 belgarath slapd: daemon: conn=0 fd=10 connection
>> from IP=192.168.0.3:3621 (IP=0.0.0.0:389) accepted.
>> Nov 24 21:05:11 belgarath slapd: conn=0 op=0 BIND dn="" method=128
>> Nov 24 21:05:11 belgarath slapd: conn=0 op=0 RESULT tag=97 err=2
>> text=requested protocol version not allowed
>> Nov 24 21:05:11 belgarath slapd: conn=0 fd=10 closed
> Then, if your clients are SO hosed, all you can try is:
> read slapd.conf(5) )(the one that comes with 2.1.8, not
> earlier ones) and play with other "allow" directives.
> Pierangelo Masarati
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