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Re: why LDAP and LDAPS was opened contemporary

On 02/07/2010, at 12:49 PM, owen nirvana wrote:

> I set tls options to use ldaps.

When using TLS you dont need LDAPS, you want to set your systems to ldap://ldap.server

> question 1:
> port 389 is opened yet when I scan the LDAP Server by nmap, but I could not
> connect it with Apache Directory Studio v1.5.3.
> question 2:
> Nmap tell me "server still supports SSLv2", but I set TLSCipherSuite is
> question 3:
> I try to import some data with ldapmodify
> ldapmodify -a -H ldap://mydomain.org:636 -D "cn=admin,dc=mydomain,dc=org" -x
> -w whatever -f init.ldif

Try adding the -Z flag to turn on encryption. Your servers CN on the certificate must also match the hostname of the server.

> the following is error report:
> ldap_start_tls : Can't Contact LDAP Server(-1)
>    addition info: error: 14000092: SSL Routine: SSL3_GET_CERTFICATE:
> certificate verify failed
> ldap_sasl_bind(Simple): Can't Contact LDAP Server(-1)
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