I need an advanced script for Cisco CSS11000 for LDAP keepalive. The problem is the built-in script is too rudimental, what it does is just check the tcp 389 connection to the servers plus some expected bind response code "0A, 01, 00". But what happened for us is when the LDAP server (Novell) is doing DS repair, in which the server is too busy to handle the real LDAP call but still reply the tcp 389 request, CSS think it is still alive.
We want a smart script that can handle real LDAP call (like a LDAP client) and send a real LDAP request instead of a simple tcp 389 request. Does anyone have any idea?
I captured the packets, I am trying to modify the script. Couple questions re the script.
I am okay to edit the "socket send" value, which is my tcp search request. What should I use for the "socket waitfor" value? I tried LDAP successful code "0a0100". But I got the failure. I tried use offset as well, but from the trace, offsets are different for each packet.
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