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WAS: RE: [SLUG] Invalid credentials error code 49
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- Subject: WAS: RE: [SLUG] Invalid credentials error code 49
- From: "Philip Greggs" <png320@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 16:11:17 +1000
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O Plameras <wrote:>
>Server is coded as hostname in the Client.
>1. Regardless as to how the client is configured it has to find the
>LDAP Server. There are two ways to do this,
>a. If the IP Address is hardcoded at the client side, and in this
case there is no DNS query or
>b. If HOSTNAME(Not IP Address) is configured at the client side, and
in this case
>DNS query must take place to find the LDAP Host.
>If you are not getting any DNS query then your LDAP client has IP Address
>hardcoded for your LDAP Server.
Where is this HOSTNAME or IP Address coded in the LDAP client ?