[GitHub] PaulAngus closed pull request #1: per domain ldap configs
PaulAngus closed pull request #1: per domain ldap configs
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diff --git a/source/adminguide/accounts.rst b/source/adminguide/accounts.rst
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@@ -279,15 +279,19 @@ or ApacheDS to authenticate CloudStack end-users. CloudStack will search
the external LDAP directory tree starting at a specified base directory
and gets user info such as first name, last name, email and username.
+Starting with CloudStack 4.11, an ldap connection per domain can be
To authenticate, username and password entered by the user are used.
Cloudstack does a search for a user with the given username. If it
exists, it does a bind request with DN and password.
To set up LDAP authentication in CloudStack, call the CloudStack API
command ``addLdapConfiguration`` and provide Hostname or IP address
-and listening port of the LDAP server. You could configure multiple
-servers as well. These are expected to be replicas. If one fails,
-the next one is used.
+and listening port of the LDAP server. Optionally a domain id can be
+given for the domain for which this LDP connection is valid. You could
+configure multiple servers as well. These are expected to be
+replicas. If one fails, the next one is used.
The following global configurations should also be configured (the
default values are for openldap)
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