[Pdns-users] Fatal Error: Trying to set unknown parameter 'ldap-authmethod'
Mark.Nejedlo at tdstelecom.com
Fri Feb 19 01:02:10 UTC 2021
If I'm reading the source correctly (questionable), it looks like it should be "ldap-bindmethod".
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> Subject: [Pdns-users] Fatal Error: Trying to set unknown parameter
> I've deployed today pdns for the first time and I found an issue I don't
> know how to solve, so I write over here to claim for some help.
> When I configure the ldap backend as shown below:
> It works flawlessly.
> But If I try to use gssapi according to the pdns documentation...
> I get the following error trying to start the service:
> Fatal Error: Trying to set unknown parameter 'ldap-authmethod'
> According to the official Documentation:
> (default: "simple") : How to authenticate to the LDAP server. Actually
> only two methods are supported: "simple", which uses the classical DN /
> password, or "gssapi", which requires a Kerberos keytab. """
> The keytab exists and has pdns permissions for pdns user.
> The principal exists and is the only key stored on that keytab.
> I've deployed the last SUSE 15 official repository version:
> - pdns-4.3.1-bp126.96.36.199.x86_64.rpm
> - pdns-backend-ldap-4.3.1-bp188.8.131.52.x86_64.rpm
> - pdns-common-4.0-bp152.3.16.noarch.rpm
> It seems that this property does not exists for this pdns version, but I
> think that gssapi support was added for the 4.1 version which is
> previous than this.
> Some help would be really appreciated.
> Thank you so much.
> Kind Regards.
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