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4 Responses to “Authorization with LDAP on OpenBSD”

  1. Helion-Prime Solutions blog » Blog Archive » authorization with LDAP on OpenBSD…

    A nice tutorial on how to setup YP authentication for OpenBSD with LDAP as backend database….

  2. Anton says:

    Cool!

  3. rk says:

    If you want to use SSL for your LDAP queries, misc@ yielded a nice tip (courtesy of Stuart Henderson). Use relayd(8) to proxy towards the secured LDAP service.

    For details, see:
    http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-misc&m=126816366632323&w=4

  4. I followed the steps above. /usr/libexec/auth/login_-ldap -d -s login USERNAME ldap returns “authorize” when testing. ypldap -dv shows a bunch of “pushing line:” entries for what would appear to be passwd file entries for all my LDAP users and groups. Followed steps 3 and 4, and everything appears to be running. However, when I try to authenticate as any of my LDAP users, /var/log/authlog shows “Invalid User”. What did I miss? Did something change in newer OpenBSD releases?

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