Can you use AT-TLS with CA LDAP secured port?

Document ID : KB000123092
Last Modified Date : 17/12/2018
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Introduction:
How to use AT-TLS with CA LDAP.
Question:
Trying to use AT-TLS with the CA LDAP secured port and getting the following error messages:

Content type 48 not supported 
FIRD MESSAGE 00000008 11:00:11.045261 SSL_INFO 
Job CALDAP Process 01000756 Thread 00000004 gsk_perform_v3_server_handshake 
Performing SSL V3 server handshake with 10.180.155.189.63921. 

Problem doesnt occur if they use the unsecured port defined in the slapd.conf.
Answer:
You cannot use AT-TLS and CA LDAP at the same time.

Either you use CA LDAP to secure with SSL or you use AT-TLS to secure the connection.

If using AT-TLS and use must use the CA LDAP unsecured port to establish a secure connection.

If using CA LDAP and NOT AT-TLS to secure the connection to CA LDAP, use the secured port number which you predefined in the slapd.conf file to establish the secured connection.