--On Friday, November 20, 2009 8:33 PM +0100 Dieter Kluenter
Noèl Köthe <noel(a)debian.org> writes:
> Could you help me to understand it?
the provider is in a protected LAN.
The ldap proxy resides on a gateway router or some host which has the
ability to route between the two networks.
The consumer is a member host within the DMZ.
It's probably worthwhile mentioning you are unlikely to get very far using
the OpenLDAP version shipped by Debian, given the numerous issues that have
been fixed since 2.4.11. If you're wanting to run an LDAP server, you
should avoid the version shipped by Debian.
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