- [Instructor] There are multiple packages necessary…for a basic working LDAP server,…openldap is the basic package.…Openldap-clients provides client commands,…and openldap-servers provides server commands.…Optional packages are nss-pam-ldapd,…which provides an LDAP name service…that allows users to do local queries.…Mod_ldap provides LDAP authentication abilities…to the Apache web server.…
Compat-openldap provides LDAP compatibility libraries…for applications that need them.…Lastly, openldap-servers-sql is a loadable module…to allow OpenLDAP to use relational database back-ends.…Now let's install the LDAP server components…in our rhhost1 VM.…In a terminal, type sudo yum…install -y openldap-clients…openldap-servers oddjob-mkhomedir.…
Type in your password, if prompted.…The last package, named oddjob-mkhomedir…is needed to create home directories on the fly.…Once OpenLDAP is installed, let's talk about command naming.…Server command names start with slap.…Client command names start with ldap.…OpenLDAP server commands.…
- Network Time Services (NTP)
- How NTP works for authentication
- Configuring the chrony server and chrony client
- Setting up an LDAP server and LDAP client
- Creating a Kerberos database
- Configuring Kerberos client authentication
Skill Level Intermediate
Linux: Package Management for CentOSwith Grant McWilliams1h 56m Intermediate
Linux System Engineer: Networking and SSHwith Grant McWilliams1h 52m Intermediate
1. Network Time Services
2. Setting Up an LDAP Server
3. Setting Up an LDAP Client
4. Authentication Using Kerberos
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