Page created: 6 Nov 2019 |
Page updated: 25 Mar 2020
The setup tool provides an interactive text-based interface to install a Directory Proxy Server instance that clones a previously installed Directory Proxy Server instance.
Change to the server root directory.
cd Directory Proxy Server
Use the setup command.
- Read the Ping Identity End-User License Agreement, and type yes to continue.
Enter yes in response to add this new server to an
Would you like to add this server to an existing Directory Proxy Server topology? (yes / no) [no]: yes
Enter the host name of the Directory Proxy Server from
which configuration settings are copied during setup.
Enter the host name of the peer Directory Proxy Server from which you would like to copy configuration settings. [proxy.example.com]:
Type the port number of the peer Directory Proxy Server
from which configuration settings are copied during setup. You can press
Enter to accept the default port, which is 389.
Enter the port of the peer Directory Proxy Server :
Enter the option corresponding to the type of connection you want to use to
connect to the peer Directory Proxy Server.
How would you like to connect to the peer Directory Proxy Server? 1) None 2) SSL 3) StartTLS Enter choice :
Type the root user DN of the peer Directory Proxy Server,
or press Enter to accept the default (cn=Directory
Manager), and then type and confirm the root user password.
Enter the manager account DN for the peer Directory Proxy Server [cn=Directory Manager]: Enter the password for cn=Directory Manager:
Enter the host name of the new local Directory Proxy Server.
Enter the fully qualified host name or IP address of the local host [proxy.example.com]:
- Choose the location of your new Directory Proxy Server instance or enter a new one.
- Enter an option to set up the server with the current configuration, provide new parameters, or cancel.
- After setup is complete, choose the next configuration option.