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From Ike Ikonne <iiko...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Secured LDAP Account
Date Wed, 05 Nov 2014 17:01:24 GMT
Hi Syed,

So, in your Java program, do you have the server certificate in the
keystore that your Java program is using to establish SSL connection
with the LDAP server?

Thanks,

Ike




From:   Syed Mudassir Ahmed <syed.mudassir@gaiatv.in>
To:     users@directory.apache.org, 
Date:   11/05/2014 10:57 AM
Subject:        Re: Secured LDAP Account



Yes,
  Certificate is generated on the server side.  And port is 636.
  I am able to connect to my server through LDAPBrowser using LDAPS
protocol and 636 port number.
  But not using java program.

Thanks,
Syed.

Syed M Ahmed
Senior Member of Technical Staff
Gaian Solutions India Pvt Ltd


On Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 9:56 PM, Ike Ikonne <iikonne@us.ibm.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Do you have the LDAP Server certificate included in your
> TrustManager Algorithm?  Also, make sure that you are using
> secure socket to bind to port 636.
>
> Ike
>
>
>
>
> From:   Syed Mudassir Ahmed <syed.mudassir@gaiatv.in>
> To:     users@directory.apache.org,
> Date:   11/05/2014 10:14 AM
> Subject:        Secured LDAP Account
>
>
>
> I am trying to obtain an ldap connection.  Using port 389 I am
> successfully
> able to get connection.
> But when I try to use LdapNetworkConnection(<IP Address>, 636, true) and
> then invoke bind(dn, password), I am getting PROTOCOL_ERROR.
> Using LdapBrowser I am able to connect to my LDAP server over port 636.
> But through Java program its not getting connected.  Can u help?
>
> Thanks,
> Syed.
>
> Syed M Ahmed
> Senior Member of Technical Staff
> Gaian Solutions India Pvt Ltd
>
>


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