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structure. The following is an example entry in an LDIF file for the directory entry previously defined:
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dn: cn=Paul Watters, o=cassowary.net, c=US cn: Paul Watters sn: Watters mail: paul@cassowary.net objectClass: people
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As you can see, the LDIF file structure simply reflects the attributes that are defined within the directory, written sequentially to the file immediately following the DN.
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The following procedures are required to configure directory services.
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Configuring iDS is a two-stage process: the first stage involves installing and configuring the server to run iDS, and the second stage involves setting up iDS to support LDAP clients (as described in the next section). To begin the process of configuring the server to run iDS, you must execute the directoryserver program:
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# /usr/sbin/directoryserver setup
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You can install either iDS or the standalone iPlanet Console. After selecting iDS, you are presented with three different installation options: Express, which presents few opportunities for customization but is very fast; Typical, which offers some configuration before installation; and Custom, which offers maximum flexibility but is the slowest installation method. Three packages comprise the iDS installation: Server Core Components iPlanet Directory Suite software Administration Server directory management Comprises all the common objects used by iDS
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Contains the management console and the iDS Contains packages for system administration and
After selecting the appropriate packages to install, you need to indicate whether the current installation will store configuration information, or whether this will be stored in another server. If data will be stored in another server, then you must enter the hostname, port number, directory manager/administrator username, and password so that the correct target iDS installation for configuration can be identified. Following the selection of the configuration iDS target, you need to indicate whether the current installation will store user and group information, or whether this will be
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Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
stored in another server. Again, if data will be stored in another server, then you must enter the hostname, port number, DN, password, and suffix so that the correct target iDS installation for user and group data can be identified. Next, you need to set up the new iDS server with a unique server identifier, a port number that is not used by any other application, and the appropriate suffix for the local installation. The default port number for LDAP is 389, while LDAP over SSL typically runs on port 636. Next, you must select and enter the administrator ID and password for the local iDS installation. This ID and password are also used to manage the local LDAP server via the management console. Since the administrator ID and password can be used to gain access to the iDS server, and modify user and group data without restriction, it s important that you choose these credentials carefully, to avoid easy guessing by rogue users. The Administration Domain must be entered next. Since iDS can manage multiple domains simultaneously from a single server, you must keep their data functionally and physically separate. Typically, the Administration Domain matches the Internet domain name. However, each server needs to have a separate Administration Domain if it is located underneath a top-level domain. For example, if there are two separate iDS servers running in the cassowary.net domain, one for Engineering and one for Sales, then the Administration Domains could be named engineering.cassowary.net and sales .cassowary.net, respectively. Next, you must select and enter the directory manager s password for the local iDS installation. Since the Directory Manager ID and password can be used to gain access to the iDS server, and modify user and group data with few restrictions, you must choose these credentials carefully, to avoid dictionary-based cracking. The iDS Administration Server is used to manage all aspects of the LDAP service. The Administration Server runs as a Web server, meaning that you can use any HTML browser to view and configure all current settings for the iDS Administration Server. You must choose a port to access the iDS Administration Server. The URL for the Administration Server is then given by appending the port number with a colon to the hostname. For example, the URL http://ldap.cassowary.net:38575/ suggests an LDAP server running on port 38575 of the host ldap.cassowary.net.
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