--On Tuesday, October 06, 2009 4:34 PM +1100 Craig T
Hi Openldap Experts,
I'm designing a fairly simple openldap setup for our Melbourne office,
but it's my first LDAP site, so I'm kinda guessing....
LdapServer1: Centos 5.3x64 with db-4.7.25 and openldap-2.4.16 and the
clients are Linux Centos 5.2. I've already got everything working with
the basic acl setup of 'access to * by * read', the challenge now is how
to best secure the LDAP environment with the right acls?
Upgrade to OpenLDAP 2.4.19 (latest stable).
We'd like to restrict members to only be able to logon at certain
machines. The concept I'm missing is, how does the LDAP protocol link the
user authenticated to a hostname (machine user is sitting at)?
For example, user "cn=craig,ou=users,dc=example,dc=com" would like to log
onto pc "craigpc.example.com ip:192.168.0.100".
> From my study the following acls may work?
access to dn.base="cn=craig,ou=users,dc=example,dc=com" attrs=userPassword
by peername.regex=IP:192\.168\.0\.100 & self read
by * none
Check out the nss-ldapd stuff in <src>/contrib/
How to setup groups (or "sets" I believe they are called) in a way where
user "Craig" can be added to the "sysadmin" group and in turn get
access to all our servers.
# sysadmin, groups, teratext.saic.com.au
access to dn.subtree="ou=servers,dc=example,dc=com"
I'd suggest re-reading the slapd.access(5) man page. Particularly the
access to ... by group.dn=... Sets are very expensive, and groups are
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