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Re: TLS + SSL and openldap

Quanah Gibson-Mount <quanah@zimbra.com> writes:

> --On Wednesday, December 09, 2009 8:53 PM +0100 Dieter Kluenter
> <dieter@dkluenter.de> wrote:
>> Bruno Steven <aspenbr@gmail.com> writes:
>>> Hi, 
>>> I am trying configure openldap work with tls , but I have two question
>>> about this, first when I use tls openldap use port 389 and ssl port 639
>>> , is this correct ?  Second How I can test connection between client
>>> and server, cryptography is working ? 
>> There is no ssl port! SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a proprietary,
>> licence based protocol, owned by Netscape? I don't know whether the
>> IPR of this protocol have been part of the Netscape/AOL deal. OpenLDAP,
>> and most other network based applications, have implemented Transport
>> Layer Security (TLS), RFC 2246. As a LPI certified professional you
>> should be aware of this.
>> OpenLDAP uses port 639, which has not been assigned by IANA to LDAP(S)
> 636?

 Ups, my usual typo.


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