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Community Request: Real World OpenLDAP Deployments

OpenLDAPOpen SourceSuretec Dear All,

I'd like to get some examples written up for:

If anyone is interested and allowed to share some information, I'd
love to hear from you.

The more strange the setup the better!

Many thanks,


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ignacio on :

*Hah. I guess you're not interested in my rinkydink little setup then :-P (1 CentOS server, 1 Fedora client, 1 OS X client)

Gavin Henry on :

*Depends if you have any weirdness configured ;-)


Thomas Fjellstrom on :

*Its a shame I haven't been able to connect to openldap's site in weeks now. All I seem to get is connection refused these days.

Gavin Henry on :

*Weird, speak to your ISP as it's been fine for everyone else. No compliants on the lists or irc.

Thomas Fjellstrom on :

*Connection refused is a server thing. It means for some reason, its not listening on the port. is "" the correct IP? I run my own DNS server, with no cache. Thats what the root servers are giving me for the server.

Gavin Henry on :

*Yeah that's right -

If I put in my browser it resolves to

Email kurt -

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