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Step 4. Configure a Local Directory

Step 4. Configure a Local Directory

If you are not installing a local LDAP directory at this time, skip this step.

In this step you will configure a local directory. This step is required only if you selected the CASP Directory component in “Step 1. Run the install.sh Script” on page 48.

Follow these steps:

  • 1.

    At the following prompt: LDAP host address (Default is: <hostname>): enter the host name or address. (Depending on your configuration, this may not be the default name supplied by the installer.) The following prompt is displayed: LDAP port (Default is: 1389):

  • 2.

    Specify the TCP/IP listening port that you want to assign to the Directory. The default port for root is 389; for non-root userids the default is 1389. If you will not be starting the directory server with a superuser (root) ID, set the port number above 1024.

The following prompt is displayed: LDAP partition (Default is: candle.com):

3. Accept the default name or enter a partition name. The following prompt is displayed:

Is partition a domain name?(Default is:y):

  • 4.

    If you are using your site’s domain name as the partition name, enter y. The following prompt is displayed: LDAP User ID:(Default is:manager):

  • 5.

    Accept the default or enter the ID you want to create for the Directory administrator (1–8 characters, without spaces). This ID must be specified for all future Directory configuration functions, including use of the GUI and the command-line utilities. For more information on configuring the Directory, refer to the PathWAI Editor for Messages User’s Guide.

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