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Authen::Simple::FTP(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				  Authen::Simple::FTP(3pm)

NAME
Authen::Simple::FTP - Simple FTP authentication SYNOPSIS
use Authen::Simple::FTP; my $ftp = Authen::Simple::FTP->new( host => 'ftp.company.com' ); if ( $ftp->authenticate( $username, $password ) ) { # successfull authentication } # or as a mod_perl Authen handler PerlModule Authen::Simple::Apache PerlModule Authen::Simple::FTP PerlSetVar AuthenSimpleFTP_host "ftp.company.com" <Location /protected> PerlAuthenHandler Authen::Simple::FTP AuthType Basic AuthName "Protected Area" Require valid-user </Location> DESCRIPTION
Authenticate against a FTP service. METHODS
* new This method takes a hash of parameters. The following options are valid: * host Connection host, can be a hostname or IP number. Defaults to "localhost". host => 'ftp.company.com' host => '10.0.0.1' * port Connection port, default to 21. port => 21 * timeout Connection timeout, defaults to 60. timeout => 60 * log Any object that supports "debug", "info", "error" and "warn". log => Log::Log4perl->get_logger('Authen::Simple::FTP') * authenticate( $username, $password ) Returns true on success and false on failure. SEE ALSO
Authen::Simple. Net::FTP. AUTHOR
Christian Hansen "ch@ngmedia.com" COPYRIGHT
This program is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.8.8 2008-03-01 Authen::Simple::FTP(3pm)

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Authen::Simple::ActiveDirectory(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation		      Authen::Simple::ActiveDirectory(3pm)

NAME
Authen::Simple::ActiveDirectory - Simple ActiveDirectory authentication SYNOPSIS
use Authen::Simple::ActiveDirectory; my $ad = Authen::Simple::ActiveDirectory->new( host => 'ad.company.com', principal => 'company.com' ); if ( $ad->authenticate( $username, $password ) ) { # successfull authentication } # or as a mod_perl Authen handler PerlModule Authen::Simple::Apache PerlModule Authen::Simple::ActiveDirectory PerlSetVar AuthenSimpleActiveDirectory_host "ad.company.com" PerlSetVar AuthenSimpleActiveDirectory_principal "company.com" <Location /protected> PerlAuthenHandler Authen::Simple::ActiveDirectory AuthType Basic AuthName "Protected Area" Require valid-user </Location> DESCRIPTION
Authenticate against Active Directory. This implementation differs from Authen::Simple::LDAP in way that it will try to bind directly as the users principial. METHODS
o new This method takes a hash of parameters. The following options are valid: o host Connection host, can be a hostname, IP number or a URI. Defaults to "localhost". host => ldap.company.com host => 10.0.0.1 host => ldap://ldap.company.com:389 host => ldaps://ldap.company.com o port Connection port, default to 389. May be overridden by host if host is a URI. port => 389 o timeout Connection timeout, defaults to 60. timeout => 60 o principal The suffix in users principal, usally the domain or forrest. Required. principal => 'company.com' o log Any object that supports "debug", "info", "error" and "warn". log => Log::Log4perl->get_logger('Authen::Simple::ActiveDirectory') o authenticate( $username, $password ) Returns true on success and false on failure. SEE ALSO
Authen::Simple::LDAP. Authen::Simple. Net::LDAP. AUTHOR
Christian Hansen "chansen@cpan.org" COPYRIGHT
This program is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-04-23 Authen::Simple::ActiveDirectory(3pm)

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