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LDAP Administration Guide
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14. Using TLS

OpenLDAP clients and servers are capable of using the Transport Layer Security (TLS) framework to provide integrity and confidentiality protections and to support LDAP authentication using the SASL EXTERNAL mechanism. TLS is defined in RFC4346.


Note: For generating certifcates, please reference https://www.openldap.org/faq/data/cache/185.html


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