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Re: TLS-based authentication?
After setting up my server and clients to provide TLS/SSL connections, I
went about setting up SASL and the EXTERNAL mechanism to use the same
configuration to authenticate the client. I have LDAP clients working from
command line and I'm close to having it work from inside my app
(ldap_sasl_interactive_bind_s() using EXTERNAL).
I suggest to anyone else who tries this to upgrade to SASLv2 and the latest
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06/26/2003 11:17 AM
Any of you folks using TLS-based authentication? Where you're
actually using TLS to perform your authentication to slapd? (Not just
encryption and whanot).
The reason I ask is that it would be difficult to support that using
GNU TLS in place of OpenSSL and we're wondering how much interest
there is for it.
#### C.DTF has been removed from this note on June 26, 2003 by Kent Soper