Hi, I am trying to connect to LDAP in a secure way. This is what I have done to do the same.
1. Enabled the checkbox to "secure" in Control Center.
2. Provided secured ldap port number 636 in configuration.
Suggest if the above configuration is sufficient or further any more configuration to be done?
Also suggest what LDAP error 91 mean and how to resolve it.
Thanks and regards,
Monday 16 July, 2012
I did a search on LDAPS and found that you never received any response to this post. You have probably solved this by now, but during my tests I found a few things to consider to get this to work.
1. Verifiy that the complete certificate chain above your LDAPS server is available in your certificatestore\trusted\authorities.
2. Verify that these certificates are stored in base64 format.
3. Verify that the top certificate in the chain really is CA root certificate (self signed).
You can use a tool such as openssl s_client to connect to your LDAPS server and see what certificates that are returned in the SSL handshake.
openssl s_client -connect host:636 -showcerts
Wednesday 05 December, 2012