How do I configure the ProxySG to communicate with a secure LDAP server?

FAQ ID:    FAQ1691
Version:    1.0
Status:    Published
Published date:    11/01/2011


1. Get the self-signed certificate generated by the secure LDAP server (in a PEM format).

2. Install the self-signed certificate on the ProxySG.

  • Open the management console, select the configuration tab >SSL > CA certificates.
  • Click Import.
  • Provide a name for the new certificate (such as secure_ldap) and paste the certificate details into the text box.  Click OK, then Apply.
  • Next, go to SSL > CA Certificates and click on the CA Certificate lists tab.
  • Edit the 'Browser-trusted' CA certificate list.
  • Add the 'secure_ldap' certificate to the list on the right. Click OK, then Apply.

3. Edit the ‘default’ device profile.

  • Select Configuration > SSL > Device Profiles.
  • Highlight ‘default’ and click Edit.

3. Change the Keyring value from None to Default. Click OK, then Apply.

4. At the LDAP authentication realm.

  • Under the LDAP Servers tab, select the ‘Enable SSL’ check box and make sure that the ‘SSL device profile’ is set to ‘default’.

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