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Re: Understanding TLS SSF
"Patrick Patterson" <email@example.com> writes:
> On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 9:59 AM, J Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm testing an installation of openldap 2.4.9. I want to enforce TLS for
> all access to the directory.
> My problem is that I cannot get the client to meet the ssf restictions I
> have in place. The documentation I've seen on ssf and tls_ssf is very
> sparse so I don't really understand what it does.
> I'm using self signed cert created using the openssl CA.sh script.
> Relevant portions of the slapd.conf...
> TLSCACertificateFile /etc/ldap/ssl/cacert.pem
> TLSCertificateFile /etc/ldap/ssl/servercrt.pem
> TLSCertificateKeyFile /etc/ldap/ssl/serverkey.pem
> access to *
> by tls_ssf=128 ssf=128 anonymous auth
> by tls_ssf=128 ssf=128 self write
> Relevant portions of the lapd.conf...
> TLS_CACERT /etc/ldap/ssl/cacert.pem
> With those ACLs in place I get the following error:
> $ ldapsearch -x -ZZ -D "uid=jake,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com" -W -b
> ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)
> You may want to try adding -q as one of the options to your ldapsearch. It
> appears that the tls_ssf turns on STARTTLS, instead of LDAP over SSL and in
> order to use that, you need to tell the client to use starttls as well, which
> is what (if I read the man page correctly), -q does.
Where did you read this?
from man ldapsearch(5)
-Z[Z] Issue StartTLS (Transport Layer Security) extended operation. If
you use -ZZ, the command will require the operation to be suc-
Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung
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