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Old 12-02-2005, 08:40 AM   #1
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Apache2 auth to eDirectory


I'm trying to get Apache2 on another server to authenticate via the
edirectory tree.

I've Installed ...
SuSE Enterprise server 9 OES
eDirectory
iManager 2.5
Apache 2 ( on several other servers - cluster )
.... and all are working.

I've done a ldapsearch from the Apache2 server with a successful find on 4
test users I've added.

I've configured Apache's default-server.conf main directory with the
following attributes:
AuthType Basic
AuthName InternalUser
AuthLDAPAuthoritiative On
AuthLDAPUrl "ldap://172.16.1.111:389/o=orgname?cn"
require valid-user

SideNote: I was able to get the authentication working on the Apache server to
1) a Novell based edirectory tree
2) an Active Directory tree
3) a Netscape Directory Services tree
by changing the IP and orgname in the AuthLDAPUrl line above.

However, getting it to work on a Linux based eDirectory tree is getting me ...
Authentication Failed! Do you want to retry?

And the log says:
[warn] client IP 13516 auth_ldap authenticate: user test1 authentication
failed; URI /local/lana.htm [ldap_simple_bind_s() to check user
credentials failed] [Invalid credentials]



I've reset the password several times, and rebooted the both the web server and the edirectory server.
 
Old 12-02-2005, 11:31 AM   #2
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We're good!



It seemed having TLS turned off was best. Since it's backlan and protected, having it off will only help performance anyway.
 
  


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