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Re: stupid overall scheme of things question..
Roger Morris <email@example.com> writes:
> Organization has an LDAP server, lets call it ldap1
> I have a web server,call it web1. I have it setup such that if
> someone logs in to do work on their pages, the authentication is done
> via ldap on ldap1.
> Does web1 need to run slapd at all? I just have /etc/ldap.conf setup.
There is no slapd required on web1
> the LDAP admin is restricting anonymous bind, so I have to use binddn
> and bindpw in /etc/ldap.conf. Authentication fails if I try to go
> with passwd in just /etc/ldap.secret, I have to have bindpw set in
> /etc/ldap.conf I would prefer the users not have access to the
> bindpw. If I were to use slapd, would I then point the ldap info in
> /etc/ldap.conf to the localhost? I could then use access lists in
> slapd.conf to limit what users could see.
binddn and bindpw are not valid parameters in OPenLDAP's ldap.conf,
configure mod_auth_ldap on web1.
Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung
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