I would start here:


and here:


and see where that leads.


On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 1:46 PM, Jeff Lebo <jeflebo@outlook.com> wrote:
Goal:  LDAP server in Internet facing DMZ to provide authentication for externally hosted applications using internal AD credentials.

I've done a LOT of reading and testing, and there is one thing I am still not 100% clear on:

Is it possible to do this WITHOUT having a local user database on the OpenLDAP proxy?  We will have thousands of users that will need to authenticate, and I can't maintain another user database (adds, removes, etc..).  Is there a way to make OpenLDAP just act more like a reverse proxy and forward anything that matches a specific domain on to the internal LDAP/AD server for password verification?

Stephan Fabel
College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa 
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