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Good afternoon, I am implementing an LDAP directory with its OpenLDAP application with the community edition in version 7, but even though all the related services are working and I do not see any additional configuration, the domain name is not seen from client computers , Even taking the server's address as the gateway. I really need help, it's my first job after college and I depend on being able to run OpenLDAP.
I leave the screenshots of my system.
Services

https://prnt.sc/gefy55

https://prnt.sc/gefzeq

Directory

https://prnt.sc/geg123

https://prnt.sc/geg18k

DNS server

https://prnt.sc/geg1r6

(Both are the ip addresses of both network cards respectively.)
In addition, in the firewall both LDAP service ports (389 and 636) are open.

Please, help :( I've been consulting the OpenLDAP settings on your page for 2 months and following their manuals and nothing, as well as reviewing the CC forums and I'm still the same. I have already formatted and reloaded the system no less than 5 times.
Tuesday, August 29 2017, 12:32 PM

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    Tuesday, September 05 2017, 12:35 PM - #Permalink
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    Have you done the necessary registry changes? In the same document, note the limitation on the Domain.

    Somewhere on this site is a troubleshooter published by Dave Loper, but I can't look for it at the moment. You are welcome to search.
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    Monday, September 04 2017, 12:58 PM - #Permalink
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    Nick Howitt wrote:

    On the page before your screenshot, what is the domain in the Settings box? Can you screendump the whole page?


    The domain name in "DHCP server" its the same as the base domain in "Directory"
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    Sunday, September 03 2017, 06:25 PM - #Permalink
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    On the page before your screenshot, what is the domain in the Settings box? Can you screendump the whole page?
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    Wednesday, August 30 2017, 04:07 PM - #Permalink
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    Nick Howitt wrote:

    The Domain Name is normally taken from the DHCP server. Do you have that configured or is another network machine acting as the DHCP server?


    Additionally, I just tested with DHCP enabled on one of the network cards in a separate network that is only my computer and the server, and still does not find the domain name
    I leave the screenshot of the configuration of the DHCP server:
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    Wednesday, August 30 2017, 01:50 PM - #Permalink
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    Hi Nick, thanks for your reply.

    Nick Howitt wrote:

    The Domain Name is normally taken from the DHCP server. Do you have that configured or is another network machine acting as the DHCP server?


    I do not have the server in DHCP, I find myself working with a vlan with static ip, and I have the client computer configured with an ip inside the same VLAN as the local network card of the server, using its ip as gateway and DNS Of the server on the client computer. Later if I have to implement the DHCP but even if I can not find it (the domain name) in static mode, I will find it with DHCP?
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    Tuesday, August 29 2017, 03:02 PM - #Permalink
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    The Domain Name is normally taken from the DHCP server. Do you have that configured or is another network machine acting as the DHCP server?
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