Click the Add button.
A pop-up window appears.
Enter the necessary information.
– LDAP Server : Enter the server address.
– Port Number : Enter the server port number from 1 to 65535. 389 is set as a
– Match User's Login ID to the following LDAP attribute : Select the attribute.
LDAP User Search
– Search Root Directory : Enter search root directory which is the top search level
of the LDAP directory tree. You can enter up to 64 characters.
– Authentication methods : Select the authentication method for accessing the
LDAP Server during the address book search.
- Anonymous : Select to allow users without Logging in.
- Simple : Select to set the password for Logging in. If you select Simple, enter
the following information.
Login Name : You can enter up to 64 characters.
Password : You can enter up to 64 characters.
Confirm Password : Re-enter the password for confirmation.
Append Root to Base DN : Select whether to enable or disable append root
to base DN.
– Max No. of Searches : You can set the maximum number of results that need to
be returned during LDAP address book search.
– Search Timeout : You can set the maximum search timeout for LDAP address
– LDAP Referral : Select whether to turn on or off the LDAP Referral. If this option is
ON, LDAP client will search referral server if the LDAP server has no data to reply
to query and if the LDAP server has a referral server.
– Search By : Select the category you want to use for searching.
LDAPs : Check to enable LDAPs.
Deleting a LDAP server
From the Embedded Web Service, select the Security tab
External Authentication Server
From the LDAP server list, check the server(s) you want to delete.
Click the Delete button.
A confirmation message appears, click Yes.