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manual:web_interface:frontend_sections:administration:authentication [2017/04/19 05:58]
martins-v authorized -> authenticated
manual:web_interface:frontend_sections:administration:authentication [2017/06/30 06:33] (current)
martins-v details about full ldap uri
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 ^Parameter^Description^ ^Parameter^Description^
-|//LDAP host// ​ |Name of LDAP server. For example: <​nowiki>​ldap://​ldap.zabbix.com</​nowiki>​\\ For secure LDAP server use //ldaps// protocol.\\ <​nowiki>​ldaps://​ldap.zabbix.com</​nowiki> ​ | +|//LDAP host// ​ |Name of LDAP server. For example: <​nowiki>​ldap://​ldap.zabbix.com</​nowiki>​\\ For secure LDAP server use //ldaps// protocol.\\ <​nowiki>​ldaps://​ldap.zabbix.com</​nowiki>​\\ With OpenLDAP 2.x.x and later, a full LDAP URI of the form <​nowiki>​ldap://​hostname:​port</​nowiki>​ or <​nowiki>​ldaps://​hostname:​port</​nowiki>​ may be used.  | 
-|//​Port// ​ |Port of LDAP server. Default is 389.\\ For secure LDAP connection port number is normally 636.  |+|//​Port// ​ |Port of LDAP server. Default is 389.\\ For secure LDAP connection port number is normally 636.\\ Not used when using full LDAP URIs.  |
 |//Base DN//  |Base path to search accounts:\\ ou=Users,​ou=system (for OpenLDAP),​\\ DC=company,​DC=com (for Microsoft Active Directory) ​ | |//Base DN//  |Base path to search accounts:\\ ou=Users,​ou=system (for OpenLDAP),​\\ DC=company,​DC=com (for Microsoft Active Directory) ​ |
 |//Search attribute// ​ |LDAP account attribute used for search:\\ uid  (for OpenLDAP),​\\ sAMAccountName (for Microsoft Active Directory) | |//Search attribute// ​ |LDAP account attribute used for search:\\ uid  (for OpenLDAP),​\\ sAMAccountName (for Microsoft Active Directory) |