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From carlopmart <>
Subject Re: Using local kerberos server with ApacheDS 1.5.1
Date Fri, 19 Oct 2007 21:15:02 GMT
Enrique Rodriguez wrote:
> On 10/17/07, carlopmart <> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>   Is it possible to use a local kerberos server to authenticate users using
>> ApacheDS as a repository id information like openldap does using sasl??
> Hi,
> I'm not sure what the exact topology is that you're asking about.
> But, in any case, I think the answer is "yes."
> 1)  If you want to use ApacheDS' Kerberos provider, there is doco
> under the INTEROP guide here.  See "Using ApacheDS providing Kerberos
> Authentication ..." under:
> 2)  If you want to use ApacheDS in a combined LDAP+Kerberos mode, you
> can combine the Kerberos provider and the LDAP SASL GSSAPI
> functionality using doco here:
> 3)  If you want to use ApacheDS as the Kerberos server but with
> OpenLDAP's SASL GSSAPI support, you can start with the doco here:
> There are a number of other modes I've gotten things working in, like
> MIT Kerberos backed by LDAP or using Linux with PAM Kerberos or PAM
> LDAP.  I may be able to point you in the right direction if the above
> links weren't what you were looking for.
> Enrique

Hi Enrique,

  Thanks for your answers. I am refering to option 2: using ApacheDS as LDAP 
server and on the same server where kerberos stays. And ... doesn't works. I 
have do it all of howto explains but ... why apacheds needs to use port 88 like 
point 12 explains?? I don't understand it because I already have a kerberos 
server ...

CL Martinez
carlopmart {at} gmail {d0t} com

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