Problem with Group Mapping Settings

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L2 Linker

Problem with Group Mapping Settings

Hello

i get this message when i try to add Active directory user "Error: Failed to connect to 172.16.17.5(172.16.17.5):389"

i already enter the ldap information on the ldap profil

ldap.jpg

user ldap.jpg

L6 Presenter

Re: Problem with Group Mapping Settings

bind looks wrong, it needs to be the distinguished name for the AD server.

 

CN=administrateur,OU=xxx?,DC=pa,DC=ma

 

you will get this information from AD, user attributes, DistinguishedName.

 

L2 Linker

Re: Problem with Group Mapping Settings

ldap2.jpg

i try with this also with no result

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L6 Presenter

Re: Problem with Group Mapping Settings

from CLI..

 

show user group-mapping state all

 

and post output.

 

also   from CLI, can you ping 172.16.7.5

 

L2 Linker

Re: Problem with Group Mapping Settings

ldap error.jpg

L7 Applicator

Re: Problem with Group Mapping Settings

@hamza_ineos,

You still don't have an OU in your Bind DN which is kind of odd to me. From my knowledge of AD (which isn't awesome) you need to include the OU that this account belongs to. 

L6 Presenter

Re: Problem with Group Mapping Settings

can you post the attribute "distinguished name" for administrateur from within AD..

 

also... is 172.16.17.2 the management or trusted interface.

L2 Linker

Re: Problem with Group Mapping Settings

Thank you brother

i found the solution for this problem, you can see it in the picture

ldap1.jpg

L6 Presenter

Re: Problem with Group Mapping Settings

OK "brother" thats a bit cryptic, so can we assume you changed LDAP to use the custom interface 1/2 and not the default management interface.

L6 Presenter

Re: Problem with Group Mapping Settings

oops sorry... just noticed you are sending all traffic to AD server via 1/2, not just LDAP.

 

 

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