Outline of the configuration items
'auth_ldap_context' => 'ou=people,dc = example, dc = com',# LDAP context to link.
'auth_method_1' => 'ms-ldap', #First type of Authentication can be followed by other types
'auth_ms_ldap_attr' => 'sAMAccountName',# the attribute that matches the username.
'auth_ms_ldap_base' => 'dc=corp, dc=example,dc=com',#base to search in LDAP
'auth_ms_ldap_dn_acc' => 'CN=omklatam, ou = Services, dc = OPMANTEK, dc = corp', #
'auth_ms_ldap_dn_psw' => 'password,',
'auth_ms_ldap_server' => 'host_LDAP: 389',
Aspects to consider:
To use SSL/TLS secured MS-LDAP (MS-LDAPS) see the differences in the table in User Management in NMIS8 .
In summary it requires Optional Perl Modules: IO::Socket::SSL and Net::LDAPS and uses config items:
If you use an internal CA for your AD LDAP SSL certificates you will need to import your internal root CA public certificates so that SSL can trust the connection. Search processes for your NMIS servers OS.
LDAP Base: The base is the root of the Active Directory, since it is the place where the search of the users who need to authenticate will be carried out.Taking as reference the structure of the Active Directory will be as follows:
'auth_ms_ldap_base' => 'dc = OPMANTEK, dc = corp',#base to search in LDAP
'auth_ldap_context' => 'dc = OPMANTEK, dc = corp',# LDAP context
The account is the service account which user is going to authenticate with the active directory, to enable the search of the LDAP Database for users.
Therefore, the first part is added is the service account username CN=omklatam
The second part is the OU = Servicescontainer.
The third part is the domain DC = OPMANTEK and DC = corp.
The result would be the following:
'auth_ms_ldap_dn_acc' => 'CN = omklatam, ou = Services, dc = OPMANTEK, dc = corp',
To find the user and group base DN, run a query from any member server on your Windows domain:
Finding the User Base DN
- Open a Windows command prompt.
Type the command:
dsquery user -name <known username>
Example: If you are searching for all users named "John", you can enter the username as John* to get a list of all users who's name is John.
The result will look like:
Installation and configuration.
- Make sureNet :: LDAP is up to date (minimum version 0.64).
[root @ opmantek] #cpan Net :: LDAP
- Make sure that IO :: Socket :: SSLis new enough (must be 1998 or newer).
[root @ opmantek] #cpan -f IO :: Socket :: SSL
Note:-f is because some tests do not pass on some machines.