[Xymon] LDAP test will not use nonstandard port
Scot.Kreienkamp at la-z-boy.com
Thu Sep 17 22:11:10 CEST 2015
Scot Kreienkamp | Senior Systems Engineer | La-Z-Boy Corporate
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On 9/17/2015 10:57 AM, Scot Kreienkamp wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I’m running an LDAP test against an Oracle LDAP server from xymon using
> > this configuration:
> > ldap://oud1.example.com:1389/DC=example,DC=com
> > That test is failing with the error that it cannot contact the server.
> I have the following line in my hosts:
> > 0.0.0.0 foo.bar.com #
> Broken up for easier reading:
> 0.0.0.0 foo.bar.com #
> My server is listening on ports 389 and 636. I have added the 399 test
> for diagnostics. The result is: 399 fails, 389, and 636 continue to
> work. In this instance, I'd say my ldap test is able to test against
> non-standard ports.
> (Solaris 10 with Xymon 4.3.21)
> Does yours behave any differently if:
> A) you attempt an anonymous bind?
> B) you wrap your entire "ldap...=com" portion in double-quotes?
> C) you replace your bind attempt with a simple port check?
The test results say:
ldap://lzbvidmdvoud1.na.lzb.hq:1389/DC=example,DC=com - failed
So it seems to be picking up the entire LDAP URL without it in quotes. I have two to test; the first is now surrounded by double quotes, the second is not. Neither are working. A simple port check works just fine. I tried the anonymous bind also, which results in failure also. Anonymous bind from command line works fine.
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