[Deploying Sakai] LDAP connection question

Steve Swinsburg steve.swinsburg at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 14:25:49 PST 2010

Hi Bruce,

As Bill mentioned in a separate email, don't get Sakai involved at this stage, just try a normal LDAP connection to the various servers that you need to reach. Resolve the network issues so you can connect and then hook Sakai into them.


On 06/12/2010, at 11:37 PM, <bruceballou at olk12.com> <bruceballou at olk12.com> wrote:

>  Dear Mr. Swinsburg,
> I found your instructions on utilizing LDAP for sakai authentication.  I host sakai for some schools here in New Hampshire, USA, and I need to be able to reach back to their LDAP servers which sit behind their firewalls. Do you have any directions on how to best accomplish this?  I think I need the schools to give me an IP address (public) that I can point to and they can allow my IP address to pass to the LDAP server.
> If anyone has used LDAP in this configuration, I would like to hear from you and any findings on how you worked out any issues.
> Any help you can give me on this will be greatly appreciated.
> Thanx,
> Bruce Ballou
> Network/System Administrator
> OLK12, LLC
> 25 Lowell Street
> Manchester, NH 03101
> (603) 232-9081
> bruceballou at olk12.com
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