Wrote a prosody-cookbook [2] (see chef[1]) for setting up prosody.

The setup for the ldap auth part is described here [3]
See for the config templates used by the recipe.

I am using the default ldap port - so can not reproduce your issue.
Perhaps it is a problem with lua-ldap (or your specific installed version?)

Just guessing.

[1] http://www.getchef.com/
[2] https://github.com/computerlyrik/chef-prosody
[3] https://github.com/computerlyrik/chef-prosody/blob/master/recipes/ldap.rb [4] https://github.com/computerlyrik/chef-prosody/tree/master/templates/default

Am 05.03.2014 21:10, schrieb Stian B. Barmen:

I have been trying to get this to work with multiple versions of this
plugin (not entirely obvious which one is the recommended one now!) but
have limited success. Right now I am trying to authenticate against a
Zentyal 3.3 server using OpenLDAP version on port 390. My debug shows that
Prosody does not connect to port 390 even though I am configuring the port
by setting servername and ldap:// etc. Not sure
how to get it to connect to the correct port?

This is my config in the prosody.cfg.lua file:

authentication = "ldap"
ldap_server = ""
ldap_rootdn = "cn=zentyal,dc=example,dc=local"
ldap_password = "xxxxxxxxxx"
ldap_base = "ou=Users,dc=example,dc=local"
ldap_mode = "bind"

Any tips on this? please? :)



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