On Wed, Dec 16, 2009, Chuck McIntyre wrote: > 636 is TLS though. Changing the port won't help unless ldap.monitor > detects that and supports TLS, does it? I'm not currently using mon > but I recall having to make my own.
636 is SSL, not TLS. You'll need to 'use Net::LDAPS' instead of 'Net::LDAP' in conjunction with --port 636 for that to work (and have the requisite IO::Socket::SSL module installed.) Or, if you really meant TLS, add $ldap->start_tls( verify => 'none' ); Somewhere after the new(), but before the bind() in the monitor script. -- Mahlon E. Smith http://www.martini.nu/contact.html
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