How to: Apache authentication using LDAP Server

Network administrators frequently use the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) to implement a centralized directory server. You can use LDAP to authenticate users in Apache. Two popular open source LDAP solutions are OpenLDAP and Red Hat Directory Server. According to the Apache documentation, Novell LDAP and iPlanet Directory Server are also supported. This article focuses on OpenLDAP, but the concepts and examples should be applicable to the others.

=> Apache authentication and authorization using LDAP

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  • raghunatha reddy Oct 23, 2008 @ 7:11

    how to configure ldap and kebros on linux

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