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By double-clicking the Directory Server icon, a new window is displayed, as shown in Figure 30-4, which is used to configure the directory server s operation. There are four tabs available, each with a number of different operations, but only Tasks and Configuration are relevant. The Tasks tab defines nine different operations: Start Directory Server Stop Directory Server processes. Initializes the local iDS server and launches it. Shuts down all local services and stops the iDS
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Restart Directory Server Shuts down all local services, stops the iDS processes, initializes the local iDS server, and relaunches it. Back Up Directory Server Restore Directory Server Backs up the local iDS database. Restores the local iDS database from a backup.
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Manages certificates for security. Logs in to iDS as a different user.
Log In to Directory Server as a New User
Imports a new iDS database from a different system. Exports an existing local iDS database to a different system.
The Configuration tab contains a hierarchical list of objects associated with the iDS database, including tables, replication features, the database schema, logs, and optional plug-ins. In addition, a set of tabs allows you to configure various options. The Settings subtab allows you to set the unencrypted port, encrypted port, and referrals, as shown in Figure 30-5. In addition, you can set up the server as read-only and track entry modification times and various schema checks.
FIGURE 30-5
Settings configuration window
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The Performance subtab sets limits on the size of the directory, a time limit for access, and an idle timeout, as shown in Figure 30-6. These settings need to be modified for local use, but are set at 2000 entries, one hour, and zero, respectively. The Encryption subtab has two main tasks: setting options for server security and setting options for client authentication, as shown in Figure 30-7. On the server side, access can be granted using SSL, thereby protecting authentication tokens from interception by a third party. In this case, you need to set RSA options, including the name of the
FIGURE 30-6
Performance configuration window
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FIGURE 30-7
Encryption configuration window
security device (by default, internal/software-based), the certificate location, and the cipher. On the client side, authentication can be disallowed, allowed, or required, depending on the application s requirements. In addition, using SSL can be made mandatory within the iPlanet console. The SNMP subtab, as shown in Figure 30-8, provides an interface to the Simple Network Management Protocol, allowing you to monitor service status remotely by using a third-party SNMP monitoring product. When alarm events are triggered
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FIGURE 30-8
SNMP configuration window
because of run-time errors, you and other administration staff can be notified by pager, phone, or e-mail, enabling you to quickly take appropriate action to rectify the problem. The SNMP tab also enables you to enter descriptive properties, including the organization, location, and support contact, and start, stop, or restart the service by clicking the corresponding three buttons. The Manager subtab, as shown in Figure 30-9, sets several options for the Directory Manager role. This includes the DN of the Directory Manager, the algorithm used to encrypt the Directory Manager s password (by default, the Salted Secure Hashing
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Algorithm, SSHA), and the Directory Manager s password. You can also choose and confirm a new password by entering it into the New Password field Confirm Password field. You can configure the administration server by double-clicking the Administration Server icon in the Servers and Applications tab, which produces the window shown here:
This window is used to configure the administration server s operation. Two tabs are available, each with a number of different operations. The Tasks tab defines five different operations: Start Server Initializes the local iDS server and launches it.
Restart Server Shuts down all local services, stops the iDS processes, initializes the local iDS server, and relaunches it. Configure Admin Server Logging Options Manage Certificates Configures the local administration server. Sets up local logging options. Manages certificates for security.
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