Still not sure how you did it. Are you saying you set the same
certificate in slapd and played with DNS to make it look like only
one server(URL) to everyone?|
On 11-08-26 4:03 PM, Chris Jacobs wrote:
What I did:
* setup servers behind VIP
* obtain cert with primary name of vip DNS w/ secondary names
of the servers.
That way, the servers can sync/tryst each other via the same
cert used by clients.
Note: some clients (lookin at you Firefox) won't use the
primary name if subjectaltname exists - so include primary
name in the alt names JIC.
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From the openldap website the two nodes have to use different URLs
I can set two different certificates so that TLS is fine for sync
between the two nodes. However we will have regular Ldap client
access these two nodes behind a loadbalancer over TLS too.
Obviously the client can't connect with ldap-sid2.example.com, nor
with ldap-sid1.example.com. So what is the solution to this
scenario? Setup a pool of consumers with same hostname?
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