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OUD11/OUD12 - How to Access the cn=monitor Suffix Over the LDAP Port (Doc ID 1546817.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version 12.2.1.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

 By default, the cn=monitor suffix can only be retrieved via the admin port using SSL, as in the following request -

 % ./ldapsearch -h <HOSTNAME> -Z -p <ADMIN_PORT> -D "cn=<DS_ADMIN>" -w <PASSWORD> -b "cn=monitor" objectclass=*
The server is using the following certificate:
    Subject DN:  CN=xxxxx.<DOMAIN>.com, O=Administration Connector Self-Signed Certificate
    Issuer DN:  CN=xxxxx.<DOMAIN>.com, O=Administration Connector Self-Signed Certificate
    Validity:  Tue Apr 02 14:34:51 GMT+01:00 2013 through Thu Apr 02 14:34:51 GMT+01:00 2015
Do you wish to trust this certificate and continue connecting to the server?
Please enter "yes" or "no":yes
dn: cn=monitor
startTime: 20130409133056Z
objectClass: top
objectClass: ds-monitor-entry
objectClass: extensibleObject
cn: monitor
currentTime: 20130418150506Z
maxConnections: 337
vendorVersion: Oracle Unified Directory 11.1.2.0.0
productName: Oracle Unified Directory
currentConnections: 51
totalConnections: 52541
upTime: 9 days 1 hours 34 minutes 10 seconds

 

The cn=monitor suffix can also be retrieved with ldapsearch using the configured LDAP port

 

Solution

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