LDAP Authentication Configuration for FortiVoice Administrators

The FortiVoice unit works with LDAP servers to authenticate the administrator accessing the unit. This recipe guides you through the process of configuring LDAP authentication on the FortiVoice unit.

This recipe uses MS Server 2012 Active Directory as an example LDAP server and FortiVoice firmware v 3.0.1 or later. This recipe also assumes you have created an Administrator profile.
 
For information on how to create an administrator profile, see the FortiVoice Enterperise Phone System Administration Guide.
 

Creating an LDAP Profile

To create an LDAP profile

  1. Go to Phone System > Profiles > LDAP.
  2. Select New to add a profile or double-click an existing profile to modify it.
  3. Enter the necessary information. If you require detailed information on any of the sections consult the FortiVoice Online Help or the FortiVoice Enterperise Phone System Administration Guide.
  4. Select Create.
 FortiVoice LDAP

Configuring the Active Directory on MS Server 2012

Once you have created and configured your LDAP profile, you can configure MS Server 2012

  1. Open Active Directory Users and Computers.
  2. Go to Start > Control Panel.
  3. Double-click Administrator Tools and then double-click Active Directory Users and Computers.
  4. Go to Active Directory Users and Computers and select the domain node and Users folder. In the example, the domain node is fv.qa and the user name is admin_user1.
MS Server

Once you have completed setup, verify the configuration by opening the FortiVoice administrator web UI and logging in as the administrator.

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