On 08/12/98(19:23) you "=?ISO-8859-1?Q?S=F6l=E9tormos_Csaba?=" <email@example.com> wrote
|can anyone tell me how should I configure (which protocol?) our Delegate,
|if my clients want to use LDAP services in Netscape and PegasusMail?
Since LDAP is transmitted on a single TCP connection ended at the server
side port number 389, simple tcprelay by DeleGate like follows will do.
# delegated -P389 SERVER=tcprelay://ldap-server:389
Recently I'm trying to implement a proxy for LDAP by DeleGate. At least
the following is available in DeleGate/5.8.0 or later.
# delegated -P389 SERVER=ldap://ldap-server
And in DeleGate/5.8.1 or later, you might be able to connect to arbitrary
LDAP server using a single DeleGate like this.
# delegated -P389 SERVER=ldap
Specify the name of your LDAP server as your base object like follows
(e.x. in Search Root column in NS-Communicators menu):
I'm not sure if this works indeed because I don't have a functional LDAP
server as a testbed for me.
Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.etl.go.jp/~ysato/ @ @
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