This topic describes how to control access to Cloud Paralleled File System (CPFS) file systems by using an enterprise-created Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) service.
- If LDAP is not integrated, CPFS file systems allow access only from root users. If other users attempt to access the file system, the error message permission denied is returned.
- If LDAP is integrated, you must specify the required parameters that are related to
an LDAP server and ensure the availability of the LDAP service.
- Ensure that communication is enabled between the virtual private cloud (VPC) where the LDAP server resides and the VPC where a CPFS file system resides.
- Ensure that the service port of the LDAP service is open. The default port number of the service port is 389.
- Log on to the NAS console.
- Choose .
- Find the target file system and click Manage.
- On the File System Details page, click Add LDAP.
Set the URI, Bind DN, and Search Base fields.