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Re: Login problem when using LDAP based authentication

From: Tom Plunket
Subject: Re: Login problem when using LDAP based authentication
Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 02:48:08 -0800

Larry Jones wrote:

> > For authentication, the 'cvs login' works if I login as a local user, 
> > but If I use LDAP account, the login fails and gives the following 
> > error.
> > 
> > cvs [login aborted]: connect to failed: 
> > Connection refused
> You've misdiagnosed the problem.  "Connection refused" indicates that
> nothing is listening to port 2401 on, which indicates some
> kind of [x]inetd problem.  You haven't even started the CVS server, let
> alone tried to authenticate the user.

Or, since it apparently works as a local user, the server is
running but the ports are blocked or something.  That all depends
on your platform, but places to start are /etc/hosts.allow,
/etc/hosts.deny and any firewalling software you might have set
up (such as ipchains or iptables on Linux).


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