Arran Cudbard-Bell a.cudbardb at
Thu Jan 5 18:50:55 CET 2017

> On Jan 4, 2017, at 12:18 PM, Michael Ströder <michael at> wrote:
> A.L.M.Buxey at wrote:
>>> Yes, we are using SSL. We're using the standard OpenLDAP package
>>> distributed with CentOS 7, which is built against libnss. Obviously
>>> I prefer to rebuild as little of the system as possible but I'm open
>>> to the idea of rebuilding OpenLDAP against OpenSSL if necessary.
>> yes, rebuild. gfairly simple process, get openldap source, compile, install
>> (eg into /usr/local) , remove openldap-devel RPM (keep the system openldap
>> for other things...) -
> Note that the LTB project provides OpenLDAP RPMs also for CentOS7 linked against
> OpenSSL (built with prefix /usr/local/openldap):

Yes, that's what NetworkRADIUS uses for customer deployments on RHEL, or Symas OpenLDAP depending on the level of support required.

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