Ubuntu dapper: About LDAP configuration...

Patrick Gelin patrick.gelin at free.fr
Wed Sep 6 17:43:55 UTC 2006

> Probably, strong authentication means:
> 1. The LDAP client can't use anonymous authentication, or
> 2. The LDAP client can use DN/password but only over SSL/TLS, or
> 3. The LDAP client must use a X.509 digital certificate.
> Strong authentication is a little bit vague: You can use strong mutual
> authentication (both client and server use X.509 digital certificates)
> or server-side strong authentication (usually the server authenticates
> to the client using a X.509 digital certificate and the client can
> authenticate using password/PIN/secret).

Ok! So where is the configuration file in order to diseable LDAP to use the
strong authentication?

Patrick Gelin

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