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  • Robert Moskowitz
    Robert Moskowitz replied to a discussion, Using ldapsearch

    -H ldaps://' worked.

    thanks.

    Now to get remote access to ldaps

  • Robert Moskowitz
    Robert Moskowitz replied to a discussion, Using ldapsearch

    -H ldaps:// worked.

    Thanks.

    Now to configure my other system right.

    In /etc/samba/smb.ldap.conf ClearOS has:

    passdb backend = ldapsam:ldap://127.0.0.1

    I am ASSuMEing that my remote system will use:

    passdb backend = ldapsam:ldaps://192.168.128.2

  • Robert Moskowitz
    Robert Moskowitz started a new discussion, Using ldapsearch

    Using ldapsearch

    I am trying to get ldapsearch working so I can establish I can access the ldap directory remotely. The following works:

    ldapsearch -h localhost -b "dc=home,dc=htt" -D "cn=manager,ou=internal,dc=home,dc=htt" -s sub "objectclass=GroupOfNames" -x -w m...

    But

    ldapsearch -h 192.168.128.2 -b "dc=home,dc=htt" -D "cn=manager,ou=internal,dc=home,dc=htt" -s sub "objectclass=GroupOfNames" -x -w m....

    Does not (my server is at 192.168.128.2 and all these commands were issued in an SSH session on the server):

    ldap_sasl_bind(SIMPLE): Can't contact LDAP server (-1)

    When entering this question here I was prompted to check out:

    https://www.clearos.com/clearfoundation/social/community/accessing-ldap-from-cli-or-3rd-party-apps

    and looked for /etc/kolab/kolab.conf, but this file does not exist. In fact no /etc/kolab directory.

    I am running ClearOS Community release 6.6.0. I have moved my network to a new ISP, so the registration information's external IP address is wrong.

    Oh I have even issued 'service firewall stop' did not help.