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

This article was qualified on 10/10/2016 using a Synology DS215+ DSM 6.0.2-8451 Update 2

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

** NOTE:  It has been reported that in order for LDAP User's to access the Synology Web Interface, those Users need to be "Enabled as LDAP Bind DN" within JumpCloud (please see the LDAP-as-a-Service document listed above for details). This simply allows these Users to search the LDAP Directory. **
 

Configuring LDAP

1. Log into the Synology DSM as an admin.
2. Open the Control Panel



3. Select Advanced Mode



4. Select the Domain/LDAP control panel



5. Make the LDAP settings look like the following (for "Base DN", use your full JumpCloud search base):



6. Enter your the full DN of your LDAP binding user, and its password. JumpCloud recommends using a special user account for this, so that you can change the password easily later without affecting other LDAP service clients.



7. You should now see your JumpCloud users in the LDAP Users tab:



8. To leverage LDAP Groups, see Creating LDAP Groups, those groups will be reflected as a group here:



 
 

Last Updated: Sep 13, 2018 03:38PM MDT

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