list-dell at legroom.net
Sat Feb 21 23:22:17 CST 2009
I'm very interested in this myself (with a similar LDAP situation), so if
you have any luck with this I'd greatly appreciate it if you could post back
to the list.
As for what we do now, I've basically written a script to automatically
reset the password on all of our DRACs during each password cycle. It's
obviously not is clean as using a central directory, nor provides the
accountability that I'd like, but it does at least keep things manageable.
On 02/20/2009 06:13 PM, JAmes Atwill wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have a few 2950s and 1950s with DRAC5's (1.40 (08.08.22)). I would like
> to centrally manage authentication and authorization to the DRACs before
> we get anymore in.
> I have an LDAP directory with all the accounts setup as well and can modify
> the schema as needed; it's not an Active Directory server though. I can do
> Kerberos if needed. I understand that the DRAC is a stripped down Linux instance,
> is it possible to get at the nsswitch configs? :)
> Has anyone ever set up anything?
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