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Re: Using back-ldap as a dumb proxy
On Thursday 22 February 2007 02:51, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> --On Thursday, February 22, 2007 12:59 AM +0100 Pierangelo Masarati
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> >> Sure. Which configuration do you want me to try it with? ;) Here is -d
> >> -1 with this config:
> >> idassert-bind bindmethod=sasl
> >> saslmech=gssapi
> >> realm=stanford.edu
> >> authcIDemail@example.com
> >> authzID=dn:cn=mailrouter,cn=service,cn=applications,dc=stanford,dc=edu
> > First of all, what's missing here is the "mode" parameter; what do you
> > want the proxy to do? bind as "firstname.lastname@example.org", SASL
> > authorize as
> > "dn:cn=mailrouter,cn=service,cn=applications,dc=stanford,dc=edu" and
> > then? proxy authorize as the incoming request? just keep the
> > "cn=mailrouter,cn=service,cn=applications,dc=stanford,dc=edu" identity?
> What I want for it to do is bind using the Krb5 ticket cache specified in
> slapd's environment, and use whatever identity gets *automatically*
> negotiated on the remote servers side. All this authcID and authZID stuff
> is really unnecessary, since the remote server handles it anyway.
Hm, if I understand you correctly, then you probably want to set "mode=none"
in idassert-bind. The following config worked for me with OpenLDAP 2.3.33
proxying to an Active Directory:
Note, that the idassert-authzFrom that I used will allow every user (even
non-authenticated) to exploit the identity assertion feature. IIRC that means
all queries against you proxy (regardless how they authenticated) will get to
the proxied Server authenticated and authorized as the identity that is
referenced in the Kerberos Ticket Cache that your proxy uses. At least that
is how I interpreted the man-pages and how my test setup behaved.
So you probably want to restrict the idassert-authzFrom option in your
> What "email@example.com" gets mapped to on the remote server
> IS "cn=mailrouter,cn=service,cn=applications,dc=stanford,dc=edu" by the
> authz-regexp rule on the remote server.
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