[Fusioninventory-user] Use fusioninventory to provision an ldap host directory ?

Benoit Mortier benoit.mortier at opensides.be
Mon Oct 22 20:27:57 UTC 2012

Le lundi 22 octobre 2012 19:42:52, bloguillard a écrit :
> Hello,


> I currently use OCS/GLPI in operations, and I plan
> to test fusioninventory.
> I also use (open)ldap to authentify users on my
> network (mainly through unix pam).
> I need to add an "host" device branch to my ldap tree
> since I need to tune my ACL not only function of users,
> but also function of devices (certain users may access
> to certain hosts but not to others).
> For each machine, I would therefore need to store into
> ldap things such as "hostname", "domainname", "ipadress",
> may be "macadress" (not sure about the shema/classes to
> use at this stage)...
> Anyway, that would be fantastic if my ldap host branch was
> directly provisonned by my agents (ocs/fusioninventory)
> agents (or alternatively extracted from the glpi database).
> Questions : is that a "reasonnable" idea ? Would there have
> any existing solution to do that ? Would anyone have some
> experience with something like that ?

The FusionDirectory project an ldap frontend is interested in this, as we 
have already have several demand, you can come in the irc channel on 
freenode to discuss this.

As guillaume said the best way to do that is trought the glpi webservice

Benoit Mortier
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