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how to setup LDAP ?

 
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Hi,
I want to use ldap (MS AD), but can't login.
I modify file (jforum-custom.conf/SystemGlobals.properties) like below���
env:
MS AD
IP: 192.1688.0.4
domain:aaa.bbb.com
Jfroum: CVS 2.17

login.authenticator = net.jforum.sso.LDAPAuthenticator
ldap.login.prefix=CN=
ldap.login.suffix=CN=Users,dc=aaa,dc=bbb,dc=com
ldap.lookup.suffix=CN=Users
ldap.lookup.prefix =
ldap.server.url = ldap\://192.168.0.4

what's problom?


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Are you using a network bind account in the props file?

You may need to add the port to the URL too (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:389).
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GatorBait3 wrote:Are you using a network bind account in the props file?

You may need to add the port to the URL too (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:389).



1)in one network.
2)use tcpdump can look have data send & receive to 192.168.0.4:389.
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