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Re: TLS problems with openldap
Dieter Kluenter wrote:
LÃVAI DÃniel <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
On Monday 27 October 2008 16.36.41 Philip Guenther wrote:
On Mon, 27 Oct 2008, LÃVAI DÃniel wrote:
There are two ways to use LDAP with TLS/SSL:
1) start the connection in cleartext and then use the StartTLS
extended-op to initiate a TLS layer, or
2) negotiate a TLS/SSL layer immediately after connecting.
Alright, understood! Thanks!
The former is requested using the "ldap://" schema with the -Z option
and is normally run on port 389. The latter is requested using the
"ldaps://" schema and is normally run on port 636. These are
distinct protocols: the client and server have to be talking the same
one or it just won't work.
With both ldapsearch(1) commands, I've been asked for my password, and I
typed something bogus intentionally, in the hope of getting the invalid
credentials message, but unfortunatelly, I didn't get it.
This sounds as if you have not removed the private part from the key,
see man rsa(1), pkcs8(1).
How did you create the certificates?
I have the key and cert in two distinct files.
I've created a certificate signing request, sent it to the CA, it signed
it, and then sent it back. Now I have the signed certificate, and CA's
PGP key ID = 0x4AC0A4B1
Key fingerprint = D037 03B9 C12D D338 4412 2D83 1373 917A 4AC0 A4B1