acrow at integrafin.co.uk
Mon Jan 23 19:33:53 UTC 2017
If you want to use LDAP over TLS, in (at least on Centos/RHEL)
/etc/openldap/ldap.conf, add a line:
Then your Squid server should not try to verify your samba's cert
against a CA.
Alternatively, get the CA cert from the samba server and add it to the
trusted CA's on the squid box.
On 23/01/17 03:58, Epsilon Minus via samba wrote:
> First, sorry for my English, I try to write correctly.
> I have a problem with the samba-dc-ac daemon.
> I am trying to connect a squid server with authentication against the
> samba-dc-ac database.
> With encryption I can not connect to the squid server I have no option
> to accept any certificate.
> It is a self-signed certificate. I suspect that the problem is here.
> I can not connect to port 389 without encryption. Is this possible?
> As I have the server secure I do not worry that that password travel
> without encryption. But I can not find the way to enable traffic
> without encryption.
> From already thank you very much.
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