Secure LDAP in an Active Directory Environment

By default, the Microsoft LDAP implementation does not support secure LDAP. To setup secure LDAP using SSL, certificates must be installed on both sides, the LDAP Server and LDAP Client. In this case, the LDAP Server is the domain controller running Active Directory. The LDAP Client is the UMRA software, either the UMRA Console application or the UMRA Service.

The certificates required to run secure LDAP using SSL can be configured in many ways. The concept is always the same:

Install Open Source VMware Tools on Red Hat Enterprise/CentOS Linux 6

Install Open Source VMware Tools on Red Hat Enterprise/CentOS Linux 6 VMware makes a repository available for us to install the VMware tools for a variety of Linux distributions including Red Hat, CentOS, and Ubuntu.

This example will show an install VMware tools on a Red Hat Enterprise/CentOS Linux 6 guest running on a VMware ESXi/ESX 4.1 or 5.1 host.

First import the VMware repository GPG signing public keys:

Configure Vyatta(Core 6.2) as an L2TP/IPsec server with certificate authentication for IKE Main Mode using for the PKI part XCA

Configure Vyatta(Core 6.2) as an L2TP/IPsec server with certificate authentication for IKE Main Mode using for the PKI part XCA

http://www.carbonwind.net/VyattaOFR/L2TPVPN_Server_XCA/L2TPVPN_Server_XC...

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