The problem seems to be more with the LDAP server than the Radiator module. I
now know of at least 2 servers that expect you to bind and rebind for every
authentication. Netscape and UMICH dont display this behaviour, so AuthBy LDAP
and AuthBy LDAP2 (as distributed) both work fine for those servers.
On May 27, 10:03am, Joost Stegeman wrote:
> Subject: Re: (RADIATOR) AuthBy LDAP2 works only once ...
> > Hi Mike,
> > ==> From: Mike McCauley
> > > I have had a report of something similar for one kind of LDAP server.
> > > Apparently what happens is that that type of LDAP server closes the TCP
> > > connection after a timeout of a few minutes, whereas Radiator expects the
> > > connection to stay up.
> > I have problems even if I perform two authentications within a few seconds.
> > > What type of LDAP server do you have?
> > > Can you confirm whther you are seeing similar behaviour?
> > I'm using a LDAP server which comes with the Imail server 5.0.3 for this.
> > Some info about this is at
> > http://www.ipswitch.com/products/imail_server/openstandards.html
> > Somebody using this LDAP server successfully in combination with radiator??
> We're using the the AuthLDAP module. Maybe you should change to this older
> module. We have had no problems using the Netscape Directory Server and the
> OpenLDAP server. Connections stay up as they should. IMHO this is the
> way, as it reduces the rather large overhead of setting up a new connection
> binding etc for every new connection.
> - Joost.
> Joost Stegeman
> Internet Service Unit
> KPN Telecom
> > -Wim
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