The url attribute is used to set the LDAP URL of the server to be queried. The attribute is structured in the following way:
The following table describes how to fill this schema with concrete values:
|ldap||The LDAP URL starts with a protocol prefix which is normally set to “ldap“. If you want to encrypt the synchronization process via SSL, use “ldaps“ instead.|
|ldap-server||The fully qualified domain name of the LDAP server|
|port||The TCP port the LDAP server is listening on. The standard TCP port for unencrypted LDAP communication is 389, whereas 636 is used for secure communication.|
|ldap_directory_to_be_queried||The distinguished name of the directory to be queried, including the server’s base dn.|
A sample url attribute setting is given as follows:
As mentioned above, configuring LDAP is a very customer specific task. Therefore the value of the url attribute can differ quite strongly from the example given above.