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TCP/UDP ports (unencrypted connections)
389
TCP/UDP ports (ENCRYPTED connections)
636
Linux LDAP Server package (RH5)
openldap
openldap-servers
LDAP daemon
/etc/openldap/sldap.conf
LDAP suffix: give an example
suffix "dc=example,dc=com"
LDAP rootdn (superuser): give an example
rootdn "cn=root,dc=example,dc=com"
command to generate an encrypted LDAP database password
slappasswd
config for encrypted password in config: example
rootpw secret
rootpw {SSHA}kjlh09ejlijoihih
Each entry is identified by its DN. What does DN stand for?
Distinguished Name
Entries added to the directory must follow a _____.
schema
example of a schema reference in a config file.
include /etc/openldap/schema/core.schema
default schemas in sldapd.conf
core.schema
cosine.schema
inetorgperson.schema
nis.schema
how do you extend an existing schema?
DO NOT modify existing schema files. CREATE (extend) schemas by creating new schema files in the schema directory.
after creating a new schema file, what should be done?
1. ensure that same permissions as other schema files.
2. reference in sldapd.conf
What is another name for references to schema files in the sldapd.conf file?
object classes
LDIF
LDAP Data Interchange Format
LDIF style (format)
dn: <dn>
<attribute>: <value>
<attribute>: <value>
<attribute>: <value>
command for adding entries
slapadd -v -l example.ldif
how to change ownership of ldap DB to ldap user
chown ldap.ldap /var/lib/ldap/*
command for backing up SLAPD DB
slapcat -l yourLDIFbackupfile
command for viewing entries in directory
slapcat
utility for querying a DB for parameters
ldapsearch
modifying or deleting an entry
add
delete
modify
modrdn
a changetype attribute