Apache-Perl module that enables you to authorize a user for Website based on LDAP attributes
Version: 0.07Apache::AuthzNetLDAP is a Perl module that enables you to authorize a user for Website based on LDAP attributes.
License: Perl Artistic License
Operating System: Linux
PerlSetVar BindDN "cn=Directory Manager"
PerlSetVar BindPWD "password"
PerlSetVar BaseDN "ou=people,o=unt.edu"
PerlSetVar LDAPServer ldap.unt.edu
PerlSetVar LDAPPort 389
PerlSetVar UIDAttr uid
#PerlSetVar UIDAttr mail
#require user mewilcox
#require user email@example.com
#require group "cn=Peoplebrowsers1,ou=UNTGroups,ou=People, o=unt.edu"
#require ldap-url ldap://pandora.acs.unt.edu/o=unt.edu??sub?sn=wilcox
#require ldap-url ldap://pandora.acs.unt.edu/o=unt.edu??sub?sn=smith
#require ldap-url ldap://castor.acs.unt.edu/ou=people,o=unt.edu??sub?untcourse=
After you have authenticated a user (perhaps with Apache::AuthNetLDAP you can use this module to determine whether they are authorized to access the Web resource under this modules control.
You can control authorization via one of four methods. The first two are pretty standard, the second two are unique to LDAP.
"require" options --
user -> Will authorize access if the authenticated user's username.
valid-user -> Will authorize any authenticated user.
group -> Will authorize any authenticated user who is a member of the LDAP group specified by groupdn. This module supports groupOfMember, groupOfUniquemember and Netscape's dynamic group object classes.
ldap-url -> This will authorize any authenticated user who matches the query specified in the given LDAP URL. This is enables users to get the flexibility of Netscape's dynamic groups, even if their LDAP server does not support such a capability.