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Re: [K12OSN] OT - Almost there with smbldap authentication



I can't answer your question, but I suggest that you either 1) test this
with your firewall turned off, or 2) check your firewall logs to see if
you can identify any traffic being blocked.

-Rob

Carl Keil wrote:
> Hey Folks,
> 
> I solved my previous problem (not able to query the LDAP server from the
> client).  I think it was a combination of not having the "URI"
> configured for my subnet (it was ldap://127.0.0.1/ in all the LDAP conf
> files) and not having the proper holes punched in my firewall on the
> server.
> 
> I think I'm still having a firewall issue though.  I'm getting an error
> that says that the "Gnome setting daemon" is timing out and that some
> settings might not work (after a very loooong login time).  When it
> finally logs in I'm indeed getting my /home folder from the server and
> authenticating the user off the server.  But the login performance and
> error message are unacceptable.  I'm so close.
> 
> Can someone please:
> 
> A) tell me what ports need to be open (UDP or TCP) for this whole LDAP
> authentication and NFS home directory exporting business to work?  and
> B)  could something else besides the firewall being misconfigured be
> causing this problem?
> 
> I've got ports 389, 2049, 139 and 445 open for TCP and 137 and 138 open
> for UDP.  These are just open for the subnet that the clients are
> logging in from.  There's a few other open ports, but I'm pretty sure
> they're irrelevant.  (80, 22, 25).
> 
> Thanks so much for all the help so far (and hopefully a little bit more
> to get me established with the smbldap configuring).
> 
> ck
> 
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