I'm not extremely familiar with Ubuntu...
but..

if possible you may want to try and install the "ldap-utils" package. (apt
install ldap-utils )
After this package is installed you should be able to use the 'ldapsearch'
script to verify / test that your connection from the Koha box to your LDAP
server.

https://linux.die.net/man/1/ldapsearch

https://serverfault.com/questions/452935/how-to-test-a-ldap-connection-from-a-client



On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 1:28 PM, Paul Hoffman <p...@flo.org> wrote:

> I would start by making sure that Koha can connect to the relevant port
> on your LDAP server.  If you have OpenSSL installed, you can check it
> like this:
>
>     $ openssl s_time -connect 192.168.1.12:636 -time 1
>
> If it prints a line or two and then nothing else happens, it's not able
> to connect.
>
> Paul.
>
> On Wed, Feb 07, 2018 at 06:34:36PM +0100, Hughes Dimka wrote:
> > Hello All,
> >
> > I really need help, i have been trying to get koha ldap to work on a
> > netword in which i have windows Ad and the linux on a virtual box.
> >
> > Below is my settings for ldap.
> >
> > <install_log>/usr/share/koha/misc/koha-install-log</install_log>
> >  <useldapserver>1</useldapserver><!-- see C4::Auth_with_ldap for extra
> > configs you must add if you want to turn this on -->
> >  <ldapserver id= "ldapserver" listenref="ldapserver">
> > <hostname>ldaps://192.168.1.12</hostname>
> > <base>OU=AO LAGOS,DC=NGFLF,DC=ALUKO-OYEBODE,DC=COM</base>
> > <user>CN=citrixadmin,OU=OTHER USERS,OU=USER ACCOUNTS,OU=AO
> > LAGOS,DC=NGFLF,DC=ALUKO-OYEBODE,DC=COM</user>
> > <pass>converge1@</pass>
> > <replicate>1</replicate> <!-- add new users from LDAP to Koha database
> -->
> > <update>1</update> <!-- update existing users in Koha database -->
> > <auth_by_bind>1</auth_by_bind>
> > <principal_name>%s...@lagjurdcs01.ngflf.aluko-oyebode.com</principal_name>
> > <mapping> <!-- match koha SQL field names to your LDAP record field names
> > -->
> > <firstname is="givenName" ></firstname>
> > <surname is="sn" ></surname>
> > <userid is="sAMAccountName"></userid>
> > <password is=""></password>
> >     <address is="" > Aluko & Oyebode </address>
> >     <city is="" >Ikoyi</city>
> >     <zipcode is=""> 920011 </zipcode>
> >     <branchecode is="" > 001 </branchecode>
> >     <email is="mail"></email>
> > <brancecode is ="branchcode">001</branch>
> > <categorycode is ="categorycode">BS</categorycode>
> >     <phone is ="telephonenumber"></phone>
> >     <sort1 is ="company"></sort1>
> >     <sort2 is ="department"></sort2>
> > </mapping>
> > </ldapserver>
> >
> >
> > To be honest, i have been on this issues of authentication using LDAP
> and i
> > have reached a point that i really need help. Do i have to configure
> > openldap client on the ubuntu server???
> >
> >
> > --
> > Hughes Dimka
> > Hopewell Solutions Services Nigeria Ltd
> > No.15 Adekunle Kuye Street, Off Agbonyin Street, Off Adelabu Street,
> > Surulere,Lagos State
> > Nigeria
> > tel: +2348066951910
> > email: hdi...@gmail.com
> > _______________________________________________
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> > Koha@lists.katipo.co.nz
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>
> --
> Paul Hoffman <p...@flo.org>
> Software Manager
> Fenway Library Organization
> 550 Huntington Ave.
> Boston, MA 02115
> (617) 442-2384 (FLO main number)
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