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squid_ldap_group



SYNOPSIS

       squid_ldap_group  -b  "base  DN"  -f  "LDAP search filter"
       [options] [ldap_server_name[:port]...]


DESCRIPTION

       This helper allows Squid to connect to a LDAP directory to
       authorize users via LDAP groups.

       The  program  operates  by  searching with a search filter
       based on the users login name and requested group, and  if
       a match is found it is determined that the user belongs to
       the group.

       -b basedn (REQUIRED)
              Specifies the base DN under which  the  groups  are
              located.

       -B basedn
              Specifies  the  base  DN  under which the users are
              located (if different)

       -g     Specifies that the first query argument sent to the
              helper  by  Squid  is a extension to the basedn and
              will be temporarily added  infront  of  the  global
              basedn for this query.

       -f filter
              LDAP  search  filter used to search the LDAP direc­
              tory for any matching group memberships.    In  the
              filter  %u  will be replaced by the user login name
              (or DN if the -F or -u options are used) and %g  by
              the requested group name.

       -F filter
              LDAP  search  filter used to search the LDAP direc­
              tory for any matching users.    In  the  filter  %s
              will be replaced by the user login name. If % is to
              be included literally in the filter then use %%.

       -u attr
              LDAP attribute used to construct the user  DN  from
              the login name and base dn.

       -s base|one|sub
              search scope. Defaults to 'sub'.

              base  object  only, one level below the base object
              or subtree below the base object

       -D binddn -w password
              The DN and password to  bind  as  while  performing
              searches.  Required if the directory does not allow
              option causes the LDAP connection to be kept  open,
              allowing  it  to be reused for further user valida­
              tions. Recommended for larger installations.

       -R     do not follow referrals

       -a never|always|search|find
              when to dereference aliases. Defaults to 'never'

              never dereference aliases (default), always  deref­
              erence  aliases,  only  while  searching or only to
              find the base object

       -h ldapserver
              Specify the LDAP server to connect to

       -p ldapport
              Specify an alternate TCP port where the ldap server
              is  listening  if  other than the default LDAP port
              389.

       -S     Strip NT domain name component from usernames (/ or
              \ separated)


SQUID CONFIGURATION

       This  helper is intended to be used as a external_acl_type
       helper from squid.conf.

       external_acl_type ldap_group %LOGIN /path/to/squid_ldap_group ...
       acl group1 ldap_group Group1
       acl group2 ldap_gorup Group2


NOTES

       When constructing search filters  it  is  strongly  recom­
       mended  to  test  the  filter  using ldapsearch before you
       attempt to use squid_ldap_group. This to verify  that  the
       filter matches what you expect.


AUTHOR

       This   manual   page   was  written  by  Henrik  Nordstrom
       <hno@marasystems.com>

       squid_ldap_group   is   written    by    Flavio    Pescuma
       <flavio@marasystems.com>  and Henrik Nordstrom <hno@squid-
       cache.org>, based on prior work in squid_ldap_auth by Glen
       Newton <glen.newton@nrc.ca>


KNOWN LIMITATIONS

       Max 16 occurances of %s in the -u argument is supported.


QUESTIONS

       Any  questions on usage can be sent to Squid Users <squid-

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