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I have installed openldap on my test fedora box and can get the suid_ldap_auth working fine with that.. so i'm thinking there is not an issue with squid.
I'm not sure if there is an issue with the ldap server on os x being ldapv3 or not??
There must be a way to use squid_lap_auth to authenticate to the os x openldap server.
I have done some experimenting with ldapsearch, I can only authenticate using ldapsearch is I use simple authentication (-x), when trying to use sasl, it does not accept my username and password. Is it possible that squid_ldap_auth only authenticates using sasl?? I have checked the man page for squid_ldap_auth but cannot see any way to specifiy what sort of authentication to use.
When testing squid_ldap_auth with the ldap server on the fedora box the following input was entered aftrer running squid_ldap_auth -b ou=users,dc=my,dc=domain,dc=name ldapserver.my.domain.name
This returns OK when a valid username and password combination was entered.
The only difference I can see with the apple ldap server is that the users "group" is setup as a container and not an organizational unit, so the following command "should" work on the OS X ldap server: