Seau Yeen Su wrote:The userPassword attribute is an attribute like any other attribute
> 1. Yes, i am talking about SASL bind with password-based mechs. What do
> you mean by in-directory passwords? Where are the in-directory passwords
> stored? How do i set userPassword attributes?
within the user's directory entry.
Well, simply your LDAP server with the database.
> 2. Again, what do you mean by the directory?
Well, I don't want to be rude but you should probably do some more
> 3. Can you give an example of slapd.conf with configuration for a
> digest-MD5 SASL authenticaion method? I am pretty lost now. All that you
> mention i have read before but i just don't know how to piece them all
reading. I've attached a tar.gz with a testbed configuration I've
prepared for SASL testing with the CAS SSO project. But judging from
some of your questions it seems you might also be lost with this.
Yes, then the password is simply "admin" and you should be able to use
> For, eg, if i
> set rootpw to admin, the password i provide when ldap prompts for
> password, should be "admin"?
You should read about access control:
> 5. What do you mean by grant access to users? Can you please explain more?