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How do I configure High Availability (HA) for Tectia MobileID?

asked Sep 05 '11 at 10:53

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On the primary mobileid server do normal installation:

  • note the IP address of the server
  • FIND OUT THE PROXY USER PASSWORD
  • locate file webaccess.conf
  • on that file you should find a line proxy_password “some-random-string”
  • Note the proxy_user name (this should be the same by default on both installations)

On the secondary mobileid server (after normal installation):

  • shutdown the webaccess
  • remove the eDirectory instance

    ndsconfig rm –a <eDirectory admin>

  • re-create the instance as replica of the primary

    ndsconfig add –t mobileid –a <eDirectory admin> –n o=root –p <addressofprimaryserver>

  • if you are not using TLS

    ndsconfig –a <eDirectory admin> –s “Require TLS for simple binds with password=no”

  • CHANGE THE PROXY USER PASSWORD TO MATCH THE ONE IN THE PRIMARY MOBILE ID

  • locate file webaccess.conf
  • change the proxy_password to match the one on primary
  • verify that the proxy_user name matches the primary
  • start webaccess

NOTE on replication: this only replicates the configuration data. To apply the changes, you need to log in to webaccess of each server and perform mobileid server restart/reload.

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answered Sep 05 '11 at 14:20

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