How does it know which server to forward to? My case is our website where
users are locally defined, or from one of two offsite ldap servers. All the
site has is email and password.
On Jan 3, 2013 12:49 PM, "Bernd Sindlinger" <bernd.sindlinger(a)unibas.ch>
we are using openldap as proxy server in front of three RHDS Servers. ****
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*Betreff:* [389-users] Couple of quick questions about proxying.****
I'm trying to set up an LDAP server for our website but we have a couple
of client companies who wish to use their own LDAP authentication.
Firstly does anyone know of a simple howto on proxying? I think that's the
easiest way to support this.****
Secondly and the killer question, one of those clients needs to
authenticate against their AD domain, but the permissions attributes are in
a separate LDAP server which contains the same users. How on earth do I
make that work?
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