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Sat May 31 21:06:14 ADT 2008
On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 08:11:01PM -0300, Rick Wightman wrote:
> I send this in hopes that there is still a list - seems quiet for
> quite a while from my end.
> I'm setting up openldap. Howtos abound. Some deal with ssl and ldap
> (ldaps:// I believe). I would like to use the more recent use of TLS
> over port 389 and only TLS (no non-TLS). There doesn't seem to be
> much out there that covers both the server and the client end for
> this particular case. If it matters, I'm on Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy
> Heron). Can anyone point me at a resource or two?
Presumably you already read
I would think you can ignore at least some of the SSL instructions,
although I haven't touched it myself. Looks like you can force TLS
encryption as well... I'd certainly hope you can.
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