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Re: SSL/TLS/clear indication in logs?
--On Tuesday, September 27, 2005 11:28 AM -0500 Digant C Kasundra
I'm almost embarrassed to ask this question as I thought I had a clear
understanding of the logs but I'm puzzled. I did three connections (did
a simple bind): (a) over port 389, no TLS; (b) over port 389 with TLS;
(c) over port 636. But each time, the logs indicate the following:
BIND dn="uid=digant,cn=accounts,dc=uta,dc=edu" mech=SIMPLE ssf=0
I would think the ssf would be different from the times I used TLS.
What am I missing?
Hm, with TLS on 389, I see this:
Sep 27 10:32:08 ldap-test3.Stanford.EDU slapd: [ID 105384
local4.debug] conn=629 fd=60 TLS established tls_ssf=256 ssf=256
With SSL on 636, I see this:
Sep 27 10:33:28 ldap-test3.Stanford.EDU slapd: [ID 848112
local4.debug] conn=633 fd=60 ACCEPT from IP=220.127.116.11:33671
Sep 27 10:33:28 ldap-test3.Stanford.EDU slapd: [ID 105384
local4.debug] conn=633 fd=60 TLS established tls_ssf=256 ssf=256
Note that this is on OpenLDAP 2.3.7.
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