rakesh_kumar42 Absent Member.
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How to configure Active Directory to use ldap proxy

Hi All,

We are redirecting to eDirectory via LDAP Proxy.
Configuration for eDirectory redirection in LDAP Proxy (nlpconf.xml) is done with all the component like listener, load balancer, backend servers etc.
Now,we need to add one Active directory domain controller for testing in the same ldap proxy nlpconf.xml file and based on certain condition we need to route the request to either eDirectory or AD.
Please suggest me what are the changes required in nlpconf.xml file .
Also is there a need to configure any other component like at AD level to make this integration work?

Regards,
Rakesh kumar
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rakesh_kumar42 Absent Member.
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Re: How to configure Active Directory to use ldap proxy

Any pointers please
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Re: How to configure Active Directory to use ldap proxy

rakesh kumar42 wrote:

> Any pointers please


What's missing in
https://www.netiq.com/documentation/ldapproxy/admin/data/bk7ns1d.html to make
it work for you?

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Re: How to configure Active Directory to use ldap proxy

lhaeger;2487444 wrote:
rakesh kumar42 wrote:

> Any pointers please


What's missing in
https://www.netiq.com/documentation/ldapproxy/admin/data/bk7ns1d.html to make
it work for you?

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Hi lhaeger,

I went through the document and made it work for non ssl Port (389), but not able to connect with ssl Port.

Could you please let us know, if by any chance you have configured ldap proxy with AD on SSL port. If you have configured, please share us the details.

Regards,
Rakesh kumar
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Re: How to configure Active Directory to use ldap proxy

rakesh kumar42 wrote:

> AD on SSL port


Just to be sure: is AD listening on port 636? SSL/TLS is not enabled by
default, IIRC.

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Re: How to configure Active Directory to use ldap proxy

Hi Ihaeger,

I am working with Rakesh in this.
Yes AD is listening on port 636.
Ran the below command from LDAP Proxy box and returning success.

nc -v -z ******* 636
Ncat: Version 7.50 ( https://nmap.org/ncat )
Ncat: Connected to ******:636.
Ncat: 0 bytes sent, 0 bytes received in 0.03 seconds.

Also tested via Apache Browser and connecting to port 636.

Regards,
Mohit
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