Defining Identity For Ldap Authentication


This article will provide information about providing user login control in the Logsign user interface with the current ldap integration.



- Network Access Permissions:         Logsign IP -> 389 / 636 Ports

- Ldap Username & Password


LDAP Integration

You can integrate Logsign with the ldap authentication you use in your current system, and as a result of this process, you can use the Logsign user interface with your existing ldap user. When ldap integration is provided, the ldap user you have defined sends queries according to the uid values with ldap query and stores the corresponding responses in the Logsign system. From the Logsign user management panel, you can define your users who you want to use identity verification with ldap as admin or normal users.

When the requirements for ldap integration are provided, you can provide integration from the Responses panel.




Enter the LDAP information in the panel below.

BaseDN: You can define the basedn part where your users are located specially or you can define all domain users by entering the fqdn information.

Password: The section where the user password to be used for the ldap query is defined.

Server: The section where the ldap server is defined.

Port: The section where the ldap server port is defined.

UserName: The section where the user to be used for the ldap query is defined.


As a result of this process, you will only define the ldap server information.




Identity Management

After ldap integration, ldap synchronization must be provided.

This process is performed after the initial installation, and updates itself at regular intervals after ldap synchronization.



Synchronization is provided with the Sync button.



After synchronization, you can configure the user you want to use ldap authentication among the existing users.

You can filter by writing the user name in the search section. After selecting the user, you can configure it as ldap authentication with the Apply Role Selected button.



There are two options among the roles to be applied, User and Admin, and you must configure the rights of the user who will perform the authentication at the admin or user level.



An addition was made with admin rights in the example below.


As a result of the process, you can provide user login.

You can access the panel below to check and see the "ldap" tag next to the user.


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