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    Configuring Access to the Persistent Login Cache (SRC CLI)

    Use the following configuration statements to configure access to persistent login cache data:

    shared sae configuration ldap persistent-login-cache {server-address server-address ; dn dn; authentication-dn authentication-dn ; password password ; directory-eventing; polling-interval polling-interval ; (ldaps); }

    To configure SAE access to persistent login cache data:

    1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures SAE access to persistent login cache data in the directory. In this sample procedure, the persistent login cache data is configured in the se-region group.
      user@host# edit shared sae group se-region configuration ldap persistent-login-cache
    2. (Optional) Specify the directory server that stores service data.
      [edit shared sae group se-region configuration ldap persistent-login-cache] user@host# set server-address server-address
    3. Specify the subtree in the directory where persistent login cache data is cached.
      [edit shared sae group se-region configuration ldap persistent-login-cache] user@host# set dn dn
    4. (Optional) Specify the DN that the SAE uses to authenticate access to the directory server.
      [edit shared sae group se-region configuration ldap persistent-login-cache] user@host# set authentication-dn authentication-dn
    5. (Optional) Specify the password used to authenticate access to the directory server.
      [edit shared sae group se-region configuration ldap persistent-login-cache] user@host# set password password
    6. (Optional) Enable automatic discovery of changes to persistent login cache data.
      [edit shared sae group se-region configuration ldap persistent-login-cache] user@host# set directory-eventing
    7. Set the frequency for checking the directory for updates.
      [edit shared sae group se-region configuration ldap persistent-login-cache] user@host# set polling-interval polling-interval
    8. Enable LDAPS as the secure protocol for connections to the server that stores persistent login cache data.
      [edit shared sae group se-region configuration ldap persistent-login-cache] user@host# set ldaps
    9. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
      [edit shared sae group se-region configuration ldap persistent-login-cache]
      user@host# show 
      dn "o=authCache, <base>";
      directory-eventing;
      polling-interval 30;
      ldaps;

    Modified: 2016-05-19