----- "Matt Juszczak" <matt(a)atopia.net> wrote:
Most of our boxes are FreeBSD. FreeBSD has ports for openldap22,
openldap23, and openldap24. Not using slurpd much anymore in my
decided to run with openldap24 in our recent setup. Setup openldap24
server, and all the FreeBSD clients have openldap24 clients.
is working well.
Recently, we had to introduce a few RHEL boxes into our setup. We're
pointing to the redhat repositories, but they seem to only have
openldap23-* client packages. I know I could potentially make my own
packages, or perhaps get RPM's from the Internet, but I was wondering
by some chance openldap23 clients (and pam_ldap/nss_ldap libraries)
compatible with openldap24 servers? I would assume the other way
(openldap24 clients with openldap23 servers) would work fine.
They are merely doing LDAP searches, so yes.
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