To modify the LDAP server extension properties, use the set-extension-prop command.
You will be able to:
set whether the LDAP server extension is enabled (true) or not (false)
modify the remote LDAP directory server address and port (remote-ldap-server-address and remote-ldap-server-port)
set the credentials of the user that the extension will use to perform monitoring of the data source (monitoring-bind-dn and monitoring-bind-password). If left blank, the monitoring will be performed anonymously, which is the default.
For example, a typical operation would be to change the remote LDAP server used. To do so, you need to set the new remote LDAP server address and port, as follows:
$ dsconfig -h localhost -p 4444 -D "cn=Directory Manager" -w password -X -n \ set-extension-prop \ --extension-name DS-proxy5 \ --set remote-ldap-server-address:DS5-hostname \ --set remote-ldap-server-port:3388
To modify advanced LDAP server extension properties, see Modifying LDAP Server Extension Advanced Properties.