Wizard::LDAP is an administration interface for your LDAP server. It allows to feed users, hosts and networks into the server.
# From the shell:
# Or, from the WWW:
< a href="ldap.ep" >LDAP administration< /a >
First of all, you have to install the prerequisites. There are lots of:
An LDAP Server
You need some LDAP server. We are using the OpenLDAP server, see
In theory any other LDAP server should do, but the servers configuration might be different.
A source RPM for Red Hat Linux is available on demand.
To configure the LDAP server, edit the file topics.ldif from the distribution. Currently it looks like
o: My Organization Name
dn: topic=user, dc=ispsoft, dc=de
dn: topic=net, dc=ispsoft, dc=de
Change "dc=ispsoft, dc=de" and the organization name to reflect your local settings. For example, if you are using the mail domain "mycompany.com", then you might choose
Import the file into your LDAP server by using the command
ldif2ldbm -i topics.ldif
(The above command will trash an existing LDAP database! Use ldapadd if you want to avoid this.)
Append the files slapd.at.conf.APPEND and slapd.oc.conf.APPEND to your /etc/openldap/slapd.at.conf and /etc/openldap/slapd.oc.conf and restart the OpenLDAP server.