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To Configure LDAP in Anypoint Private Cloud

This topic describes how to configure user management in Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition using LDAP version 3.

  1. From Anypoint Platform, click Access Management > External Identity.

  2. Click LDAP

  3. Enter the connection settings for your LDAP service:

    Property Description

    Host

    The host name of your LDAP server. If you are using TLS in your ldap server, use ldaps://mulesoft.com. If you are not using TLS, use this host name: ldap://mulesoft.com

    Port

    The port used to communicate with your LDAP server. The default ldap port is 389. The default ldaps port is 636.

    Validate server certificate

    Uncheck this option if you are using a self-signed certificate.

    Bind DN

    The distinguished names for the user making the LDAP queries. For example, uid=admin,ou=people,dc=mulesoft,dc=com.

    Password

    The password for the LDAP server. For example,examplepassphrase.

    Connection Timeout

    The timeout frame (in seconds) for a connection. For example, 10.

    Operation Timeout

    The timeout frame (in milliseconds) for an operation. For example, 30000.

  4. Define the search bases:

    Property Description

    User

    The base level for your user search base object. For example, uid=admin,dc=mulesoft,dc=com.

    Group

    The base level for your groups search base object. For example, ou=groups,dc=mulesoft,dc=com.

  5. Specify the search filters

    Property Description

    Find User by Username

    The search filter to find users by user name. For example, (&(objectClass=inetOrgPerson)(uid={{username}})).

    Find User’s Groups by Username

    The search filter to find user groups by user name. For example, (&objectClass=GroupOfNames)(member=uid={{username}},ou=people,dc=mulesoft,dc=com)).

  6. Specify the user field mappings

    Property Description

    Username

    Field that represents the user name. For example, uid.

    Email

    Field that represents the email. For example, mail.

    First Name

    Field that represents the first name. For example, givenName.

    Last Name

    Field that represents the last name. For example, sn.

    ID

    Id for your user. For example, uid.

  7. Map the group field mappings

    Property Description

    Group Name

    Field that represents your Group name. This value is used for Role Group Mapping. For example,cn.

    ID

    Field that represents your groups Id. For example, dn.

  8. Click Test Connection

  9. Enter the user name and password of a user that exists in your LDAP server.

  10. Click Test

    If Access Management returns OK for each item, your LDAP server is configured correctly.

  11. Save the configuration.

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