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Secure LDAP bind fails php

Dear PHP Programmers,

Here is what I have:

PHP Version 4.3.8
LDAP Support enabled
RCS Version $Id: ldap.c,v 1.130.2.10 2004/06/01 21:05:33 iliaa Exp $
Total Links 0/unlimited
API Version 2004
Vendor Name OpenLDAP
Vendor Version 20122

I am trying to use LDAP to authenticate my users via LDAP. But I am
running into a problem...

When I try to use ldap_bind() with a secure connection (by specifiying
port 636), the page just hangs.

Here is my code:

<?php

$username = "fake";
$password = "fakepasswo rd";

$reporting = error_reporting ( E_ERROR | E_PARSE | E_CORE_ERROR |
E_COMPILE_ERROR | E_USER_ERROR );

$ds=ldap_connec t("ldap.byu.edu ","636"); // must be a valid LDAP
server!
if ($ds) {
echo "Binding ...";
$bind=ldap_bind ($ds, "uid=" . $username . ",ou=People,o=u sc.edu",
$password);
if ($bind == false) {
echo "BAD AUTH<br>";
}
else {
echo "bind=" . $bind . "<br>";
echo "userdn=" . $userdn . "<br>";
echo "AUTH OK<br>";
}
}
echo "Closing connection";
ldap_close($ds) ;
?>
When I load it in a web browser, all I get is "Binding... " and it just
sits there.

If I change the port to 389, it works fine.
Any ideas?

Thanks!
--
Nathan

Jul 17 '05 #1
1 2667
>
If I change the port to 389, it works fine.
Any ideas?


Am I the only person that has had this problem? Maybe someone out
there knows a better list to post this question?

Thanks!
--
Nathan

Jul 17 '05 #2

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