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    Default LDAP Listen on Multiple NICs

    On a server with two NICs, can LDAP be configured to listen on port 389 of both cards?
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    What if you run
    zmlocalconfig -e ldap_master_url=ldap://localhost:389
    zmlocalconfig -e ldap_url=ldap://localhost:389

    I have no idea if that will work. just aksing. Make sure you remember the values before incase it foobars.

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    When I saw your post, I thought sure it would work. Unfortunately, it didn't.

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    If there's not a way to have ldap listen on both cards, would using iptables to forward all ldap traffic from one NIC to another be a reasonable solution?

    Where reasonable = not screw Zimbra up.

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