Here is an example of a config file for a LDAP server based on Novell Netware,
# location of ldap host, can be a dns name...
# if your ldap requires
# authentication please
# use a valid account
# below in ldap notation
AuthDN CN=xxx, OU=xxx, O=xxx
# from here the ldap tree is searched
# The ldap field uid is used
# to store account names
# The ldap field xxx is used to store passwords
# The ldap field l (Location) can be used
# to store your check item.
# A valid content for a Locationl field
# in your ldap database could be e.g.
# But you can use also an other ldap
> Does any one can explain me how does CheckAttr
> works and give me exemples.
> Note: I'm working with an Ldap server and
> i need to authenticate a user to Check
> is login password and Calling-Station-Id
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