What is LDAP 389?

What is LDAP 389?

LDAP TCP and UDP port 389 is used for Directory, Replication, User and Computer Authentication, Group Policy, Trusts.

How do I setup a 389 Directory Server?

New Install

  1. Fedora/EPEL yum install [–enablerepo=repo] 389-ds. See Download for information about repos.
  2. Run /usr/sbin/setup-ds-admin.pl to set up the new directory server and admin server.
  3. Fedora DS 1.0.x users can use /usr/sbin/migrate-ds-admin.pl to migrate existing directory and admin server data.

What is 389 console?

The 389 Directory Server team is proud to announce 389-console version 1.1. 9, 389-ds-console version 1.2. 10, and idm-console-framework version 1.1. 9. Fedora packages are available from the EPEL7, Fedora 20, Fedora 21 and Rawhide repositories.

Does 389ds support replication?

This feature provides a highly available directory service for both read and write operations. Multi-master replication can be combined with simple and cascading replication scenarios to provide a highly flexible and scalable replication environment.

Is LDAP 389 TCP or UDP?

LDAP is an application layer protocol that uses port 389 via TCP or user datagram protocol (UDP). LDAP queries can be transmitted in cleartext and, depending upon configuration, can allow for some or all data to be queried anonymously.


How do I open my console 389?

To start using the 389 Directory Server console locally, run the command /usr/bin/389-console . You will be prompted for your admin user ID, password, and administration URL. The URL should look like http://localhost:9830/ if you are connecting locally to localhost.

How do I install and configure 389 Directory Server on Centos 7?

Steps to install and setup 389-ds on centos7

  1. Do basic machine configuration like proxy,yum update,xrdp installation.
  2. Add user for ldap.
  3. yum install 389-ds-base [present in yum repo of CentOS7]
  4. Download pre-requisite packages from internet.

Is LDAP 389 secure?

Is LDAP port 389 secure? Not exactly.

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