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Configuring a QNAP NAS to use JumpCloud's LDAP-as-a-Service

This article was qualified on 11/02/2017 using a QNAP TS-251+ Version

See Using JumpCloud's LDAP-as-a-Service for the following Prerequisites:
  • An LDAP binding user and its distinguished name (DN): uid=LDAP_BINDING_USER,ou=Users,o=YOUR_ORG_ID,dc=jumpcloud,dc=com
  • Your LDAP binding user's password
  • Your LDAP search base, of the form: ou=Users,o=YOUR_ORG_ID,dc=jumpcloud,dc=com

Configuring QNAP

  1. Log into the QNAP QTS as an admin.
  2. Open the Control Panel > Domain Security
  3. Select LDAP authentication.
    Select the type of LDAP server Remote LDAP server
    LDAP server host ldap.jumpcloud.com
    LDAP security ldap://(ldap+TLS) OR  ldap://(ldap+SSL)
    Base DN o=YOUR_ORG_ID,dc=jumpcloud,dc=com
    Root DN uid=LDAP_BINDING_USER,ou=Users,o=YOUR_ORG_ID,dc=jumpcloud,dc=com
    Users base DN ou=Users,o=YOUR_ORG_ID,dc=jumpcloud,dc=com
    Groups base DN ou=Users,o=YOUR_ORG_ID,dc=jumpcloud,dc=com

  4. For Windows clients accessing this resource, Samba can be enabled. See Configuring QNAP for Microsoft Networking.
  5. Select Apply, this may take some time to complete.
  6. JumpCloud LDAP users will be found in Control Panel > Users > Domain Users (Drop Down)
  7. To leverage LDAP Groups, see Creating LDAP Groups. NOTE: Linux group must be enabled and defined in the JumpCloud user group details. JumpCloud LDAP groups will be found in  Control Panel > User Groups > Domain Groups (Drop Down)

Last Updated: Nov 06, 2017 04:22PM MST

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