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Re: Filter a ldap connection for a user comming from an IP source

I can't find specifics on how it works, but the acls contain a "set" command so something like:

access to <what>
  Âby set="dn=[uid=myadmin,ou=people,dc=mydomain,dc=org] & peername.ip=" read

might work for you, although I don't know the actual syntax or if this is how it was meant to be used.

The ACL reference is here:Âhttp://www.openldap.org/doc/admin24/access-control.html


2012/10/4 Mik J <mikydevel@yahoo.fr>

I have this ACL that allows the users myadmin to list encrypted passwords

access to attrs=userpassword,shadowMax,shadowExpire,sambaLMPassword,sambaNTPassword,sambaPwdLastSet
ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ by dn="uid=myadmin,ou=people,dc=mydomain,dc=org" read

However this user my admin is supposed to come from one IP only.
I think that the peername directive might help to achive this task but I don't know how to associate it with the user myadmin.
In conclusion I would like that the user myadmin coming from IP be able to see the encrypted passwords.
If the user myadmin comes from another IP like he would not match the ACL and therefore not be able to see encrypted passwords.

Does anyone know what is the syntax ?