As would I also like to

On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 8:11 PM, Trey Sizemore <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Mon Mar 24, 2008 04:58PM, Tim Judd wrote:
> > Jon Theil Nielsen wrote:
> >> I asked this on freebsd-net@ but got no replies. So now I ask the same
> >> question here.
> >>
> >>> Hi list!
> >>>
> >>  >
> >>  >  I have speculated a lot about implementation of (Open)LDAP on my
> >>  >  sever. By I haven't yet found the right (and logical) way to do it.
> >>  >  I'm running FreeBSD 7.0-Release with some different server
> applications
> >>  >  - Samba PDC
> >>  >  - Virtual mail server (Postfix, MySQL, Courier-IMAP)
> >>  >  - VPN (currently with mpd4)
> >>  >  - Apache-2.2.8 web server (with PHP and MySQL)
> >>  >  I would like to implement LDAP for:
> >>  >  - authentication of UNIX/login users
> >>  >  - authentication of Samba users
> >>  >  - authentication/authorization of virtual mail users
> >>  >  For the first part, I got useful information from a previsous
> thread
> >>  >  (
> http://unix.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lists/FreeBSD/questions/2008-02/msg01047.html
> )
> >>  >  and for the second part, i guess there is sufficient howtos to make
> it
> >>  >  work.
> >>  >  My biggest question right now is if is possible to combine all
> three
> >>  >  things in one data structure. And which in which order I should
> make
> >>  >  the different implimentions.
> >>  >  Excuse my total lack of understanding, but is it possible to have a
> >>  >  structure with a superior unit such as OU=<some organization> which
> >>  >  could contain several virtual domains and the actual doamin for my
> >>  >  PDC?
> >>  >
> >>  >  --
> >>  > Jon Theil Nielsen
> >>
> >> Oh, i forgot one more thing: I would also like to be able to
> >>  authenticate VPN users the same way.
> >>  --
> >> Jon Theil Nielsen
> >>
> >
> > It's easy to find out if LDAP is a global solution for you.  See if LDAP
> > is an available option in each port's config.
> >
> > I just finished setting up a LDAP-based email system.  Samba is capable,
> > unix logins are capable.  There's a good chance everything is.
> >
> > I liked the virtual part of everything, so I stopped after getting email
> > working.  I didn't want to open up my system to all sorts of unix/samba
> > logins that might exploit or give me problems.
> >
> > The email system I documented isn't ready for publishing.  I'm having
> > some select friends review it and proofread it first.
> >
> > If there's any interest here, I will provide a 2nd publishing to the
> > general public as a draft.  Not to be used exclusively yet.
> >
> > Jon, you should be able to get most if not all of it working though.
> >
> > --Tim
>
> I would like to see the documentation as well.
>
> --
> Cheers,
> Trey
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