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From "Andrew A. Raines" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: mod_auth_ldap connection reuse without re-BINDing
Date Mon, 12 Apr 2004 13:57:25 GMT
Milan Andric <> writes:

> On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 04:20:30PM -0500, Andrew A. Raines wrote:
>> Have I configured something wrong?  It seems like there's no point
>> in offering the AuthLDAPBindDN directive if it's not going to be
>> used every time a new SRCH/BIND takes place.
> did it ever work as you described? not sure what the goal is?
> just to auth w/ldap?

Yes, the goal is to auth with LDAP.  No, it's never worked properly.

> i think that might be how AuthLDAPBindDN supposed to work, ie. if
> you always want to bind using a specific dn. i haven't searched
> the docs tho.

No, the purpose of AuthLDAPBindDN is to allow the SRCH operation in
a directory which prohibits it anonymously.

> maybe this config will help you?
> AuthName "REALM"
> AuthType Basic
> AuthLDAPURL ldaps://,O=example,O=com?uid?one
> require user1 user2

That's essentially what I'm using now.

-- (Andrew A. Raines)

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