On (27/11/19 13:31), Todor Petkov wrote:
On Thu, Nov 21, 2019 at 10:56 AM Jakub Hrozek
> IIRC the reqcert option only allows you to suppress the CA chain
> verification, so the cert doesn't then have to be signed by a trusted
> CA. But it still has to have the key usage bits set to allow for TLS
> server usage.
even with reqcert set to never, I still get errors. Same sssd.conf
works on CentOS.
I will look into it further.
Does "curl --cacert ./path/to/ca/crt ldaps://ldap.$yourhostname" works on debian
Because it might be related to different system defaults on debian-10