Our script continues to fail whenever attempting to bind to LDAP (active directory) using SSL, I am stumped. We can successfully connect using the unsecured method, but we are attempting to perform password changes which requires SSL. Our script snippets are as follows:
// SSL $LDAPDOMAIN="dc=campus,dc=local"; $LDAPLOCALDOMAIN="campus.local"; $LDAPHOST='ldaps://localhost'; $LDAPPORT=636; $ldap = ldap_connect($LDAPHOST, $LDAPPORT) or die ('<p class="message">Error connecting'); ldap_set_option($ldap, LDAP_OPT_PROTOCOL_VERSION, 3); ldap_set_option($ldap, LDAP_OPT_REFERRALS, 0);
reset.php (uses config.php)
Whatever we do, the script "dies" in reset.php. When we were using regular LDAP, we at least could communicate. Our config.php code was as follows:
$ldap = ldap_connect($LDAPHOST) or die ('<p class="message">Error connecting to LDAP');
I appreciate any assistance and thank you ahead of time.
I tried running the following simple program to test my LDAP. SSL still does not work, however regular LDAP does. Is this a configuration issue? My certificates should be okay, I created a new one and enrolled my server. I've used an LDAP utility which binds and connects just fine. Just not PHP though.
<?php $ldap = ldap_connect("ldaps://localhost/"); $username="USER@campus.uhsa.local"; $password="password"; if($bind = ldap_bind($ldap, $username,$password )) echo "logged in"; else echo "fail"; echo "<br/>done"; ?>
My result is Fail.