On Mon, Apr 30, 2007 at 04:03:21PM -0400, Eddie C wrote:
I once tried to tunnel and LDAP connection over SSH. I needed this
my admin server on public internet was attempting to redirect me to an
internal IP address. Technically it should work but I could not make it.
One of the issues, that may come up for you, is that the replication
agreements are going to be awkward because of tunnel names. localhost:389
One way to overcome this is to put entries for your peers in /etc/hosts.
I would suggest going the VPN route or just replicating over LDAPS.
result more logical setup.
On 4/30/07, Dave Augustus <davea(a)support.kcm.org> wrote:
>Currently, I have 2 FDS in production in Multimaster mode. I want to
>bring 2 more up as well and put them at a remote site so eventually they
>will replicate via WAN. Then I will have 2 sets of my data- one at each
>So I plan to bring up 2 new servers in MMR mode with the first 2
>servers. Once they are synced up I would then move the new ones to the
>remote site and use SSH tunnels to re-establish the replication
>Can someone chime in on the viability of this?
>Is this possible?
>What are the steps? I have looked and have not found anything yet.
>Any help appreciated.
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