By IBM Redbooks, Abhijit Chavan, International Business Machines Corporation
This IBM Redbook discusses interoperability when it comes to UNIX to UNIX pass platform info sharing and user/system administration. This redbook additionally demonstrates the similarities and changes among the AIX and Linux working platforms.
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Some persuasion is needed, but it is not overly complicated. kdb -u NONE The -u option prevents the program from configuring users in the /etc/security/user to use LDAP. cfg file. Edit the file using a text editor such as vi and make sure that the contents matches the one we show in Example 2-12 on page 45. kdb file is the key database we created previously. It must include our local CA certificate in order to be able to verify the LDAP server’s identity. Now we can start the secldapclntd client side LDAP caching daemon: # restart-secldapclntd If everything went all right, you can try to connect to this host and the authentication will be done through LDAP.
In case you use mksecldap to configure the server, there is no need to run ldapcfg or ldapxcfg to configure the server password and the DB2 instance. conf Configuring the IBM Directory Server The mksecldap program has two modes of execution: One for the server and another for the client. conf), and optionally migrates users and groups. It converts the maps to LDIF and invokes ldif2db to put them into the database. kdb Creating the SSL keys The -k option specifies the absolute path to the database of SSL keys.
The Key Label field should describe the owner of the certificate and the Common Name is the server’s Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN). When you click OK, the certificate requests will be stored in a file that should be sent to the Certificate Authority to be signed. This process is illustrated in Figure 2-5 on page 33. 32 AIX and Linux Interoperabilty Figure 2-5 Creating a certificate request with gsk5ikm To import the signed certificate, select the Personal Certificates portion of the key database and click on the Receive...
AIX and Linux Interoperabilty by IBM Redbooks, Abhijit Chavan, International Business Machines Corporation