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RE: Replication with slurpd - problems using TLS
Thanks for the response. I still don't understand the need to use ldaps
at all though, but I will try it and see if it works. At this point though
I feel like I'm engaging in voodoo administration because I really have no
understanding of why I'd need ldaps for this.
Also I don't have a slurpd.conf file, have never heard of one - all I did
was to add lines to the slapd.conf file on the master, I didn't create a
seperate slurpd.conf file. Both my master and slave servers in the
replication scenario I am working with do have TLSCACertificateFile
specified though, which is what I think you meant.
From: Quanah Gibson-Mount [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 4:19 PM
To: Lawrence, Mike (White Plains); openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
Subject: RE: Replication with slurpd - problems using TLS
--On Thursday, June 19, 2003 4:06 PM -0400 "Lawrence, Mike (White Plains)"
> Hi Quanah - I will give it a shot, but I think I am very confused as to
> what is going on with openldap/SSL/TLS in general. I don't have ldaps
> turned on at all and TLS works fine over port 389 for ssh user
> when the user is in ldap. And actually, that was the only way I was ever
> able to get TLS working, was to basically abandon ldaps and port 636 and
> just run ldap on 389 with start_tls in the /etc/ldap.conf file. So I am
> very preplexed when you tell me that slurpd needs to do TLS over port 636
> (and this also seems to run contrary to the way I it is done in the
> O'Reilly LDAP book). So I will try it but I am very confused as to why :)
> If anyone else has any insight into getting TLS turned on with slurpd I
> would really appreciate it, I have been away from my LDAP project for a
> few weeks and am back at this brick wall now trying to scale over it.
ldaps:// does tls over 389. Also, do you specify TLSCACertificateFile in
>From our conf files:
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