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OceanStor 2200 V3 and 2600 V3 Storage System V300R005 Command Reference

"Based on the CLI provided by the DeviceManager, this document describes how to use variouscommands classified by functions and how to set the CLI and manage the storage system throughthese commands."
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create ldap authconfig

create ldap authconfig

Function

The create ldap authconfig command is used to configure LDAP server settings. If "host_list" is configured, configuring "port" is mandatory, indicating the authentication from a specified LDAP server. If "host_list" is not configured, configuring "port" is optional, indicating the authentication from a domain controller server that is detected using the DNS.

Format

create ldap authconfig type=? base_dn=? bind_dn=? bind_password=? user_search_path=? over_ssl=? [ user_id_attr=? | user_name_attr=? | group_id_attr=? | group_name_attr=? | group_member_attr=? | user_objectclass=? | group_objectclass=? | group_search_path=? | host_list=? | port=? ] *

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

type=? Type of the LDAP server.

The value is case-insensitive and can be "LDAP" or "AD", where:

  • "LDAP": indicates the common LDAP protocol.
  • "AD": indicates the Active Directory (AD) protocol.
host_list=? IP addresses of employed LDAP servers.

The value can be a maximum of four IP addresses separated by commas (,). You can access the LDAP server by using any of the listed IP addresses.

port=? ID of the employed listening port on an LDAP server.

The value is an integer between 1 and 65535.

base_dn=? A basic distinguished name (DN). This parameter defines a start point for searching on an LDAP directory server.

The value is in the format of cn=, ou=, dc=.

bind_dn=? A DN bound with an LDAP server. If anonymous binding is not available for an LDAP server, you must bind DNs before you can retrieve the information on users or user groups.

The value is in the format of cn=, ou=, dc=.

bind_password=? A password for a bound DN.

The value contains 1 to 64 characters.

user_search_path=? An LDAP directory server path under which users will be searched for.

The value is in the format of cn=, ou=, dc=.

group_search_path=? An LDAP directory server path under which user groups will be searched for.

The value is in the format of cn=, ou=, dc=.

over_ssl=? Whether to enable SSL communication for an LDAP server.

The value can be "yes" or "no", where:

  • "yes": The SSL function is used.
  • "no": The SSL function is not used.
The default value is "no".
user_id_attr=? Attribute of a user ID.

The default value can be "uidNumber" or "uSNCreated", where:

  • "uidNumber" when type=? is set to LDAP.
  • "uSNCreated" when type=? is set to AD.
user_name_attr=? Attribute of a user name.

The default value can be "uid" or "sAMAccountName", where:

  • "uid" when type=? is set to LDAP.
  • "sAMAccountName" when type=? is set to AD.
group_id_attr=? Attribute of a user group ID.

The default value can be "gidNumber" or "uSNCreated", where:

  • "gidNumber" when type=? is set to LDAP.
  • "uSNCreated" when type=? is set to AD.
group_name_attr=? Attribute of a user group name.

The default value can be "cn" or "sAMAccountName", where:

  • "cn" when type=? is set to LDAP.
  • "sAMAccountName" when type=? is set to AD.
group_member_attr=? Attribute of a user group member name.

The default value can be "uniqueMember" or "member", where:

  • "uniqueMember" when type=? is set to LDAP.
  • "member" when type=? is set to AD.
user_objectclass=? Name of a class to which a user belongs.

The default value can be "posixAccount" or "user", where:

  • "posixAccount" when type=? is set to LDAP.
  • "user" when type=? is set to AD.
group_objectclass=? Name of a class to which a user group belongs.

The default value can be "groupOfUniqueNames" or "group", where:

  • "groupOfUniqueNames" when type=? is set to LDAP.
  • "group" when type=? is set to AD.

Level

Super administrator

Usage Guidelines

  • The configuration information about the LDAP server must be consistent with that on the server end, otherwise the LDAP function may not work properly.
  • To ensure secure data transmission, you are advised to use Secure Sockets Layer(SSL) encryption.

Example

To configure the information on LDAP server,where the type of the servers is LDAP,the IP addresses of the servers are respectively "192.168.3.4" and "192.168.5.2",the employed listening port is port "389", the basic DN is "cn=JohnDoe","ou=cd","dc=example","dc=com", the bound DN is "cn=Manager","ou=cq","dc=example","dc=com", the password for the bound DN is "123456", the path under which users will be searched for is userpath, the path under which user groups will be searched for is grouppath, and enable SSL communication for the LDAP server, the remaining parameters are in their defaults, run the following command.

admin:/>create ldap authconfig type=LDAP base_dn=cn=JohnDoe,ou=cd,dc=example,dc=com bind_dn=cn=Manager,ou=cq,dc=example,dc=com bind_password=****** user_search_path=cn=emply over_ssl=yes host_list=192.168.3.4,192.168.5.2 port=389
Command executed successfully.

System Response

None

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Updated: 2019-04-22

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