[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf
Of Jo De Troy
Sent: Friday, July 14, 2006 8:09 AM
Subject: [Fedora-directory-users] Replication question
I was wondering if you could do replication between 2 LDAP
servers who each have a different root suffix (eg eu.example.com
) and replicate the both parts to each other.
Both servers have a different suffix in their userRoot
database Another question is When looking in the replication
agreement the supplier has port 389 and the consumer has port
636. How can I get the supplier port to be
636 also? Or is this not needed for security?
Is there somewhere a list explaining the different status error codes?
Your question is a little confusing, but if you're asking if you can use
replication to merge two different trees, no. The DN's of the objects
won't match. You can replicate the two with each other, but you'd still
have two separate trees on each: eu.example,com and na.example.com
As far as which port you see in the replication agreement for the
supplier, I don't think it really matters. All replication is from the
supplier to the comsumer, so as long as that connection is encrypted,
the entire process will be.