[sudo-users] LDAPS + sudo + AIX 7.1
kevev at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 28 07:03:54 MDT 2013
I figured out my issue. It seems as though sudoers or AIX does not like special characters in the TLS_KEYPW field.
My password was like so #TssE!4v
I tried encapsulating it in single quotes '' and using escape character \ . Nothing worked. I am using a non-complex password and everything works now. I will post my tutorial for anyone else who has this same issue.
> From: Todd.Miller at courtesan.com
> To: kevev at hotmail.com
> CC: sudo-users at sudo.ws
> Subject: Re: [sudo-users] LDAPS + sudo + AIX 7.1
> Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2013 08:19:33 -0600
> On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 07:43:03 -0500, ace man wrote:
> > WIth the correct password I get "Failed to connect to ssl server"
> > It looks like "ssl start_tls" is trying to connect via port 389 even though I
> > have "PORT 636" set in ldap.conf.
> > This is no good since I use port 636 for SSL/TLS.
> There are two ways to do encrypted LDAP. You can do ldaps on port
> 636 where the connection is encrypted from the beginning. Or you
> can use start_tls which uses port 389 and then negotiates TLS.
> These days, start_tls is the standard way to do encrypted LDAP.
> - todd
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