MongoDB Enterprise provides support for proxy authentication of users. This allows administrators to configure a MongoDB cluster to authenticate users by proxying authentication requests to a specified Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) service.


LDAP support for user authentication requires proper configuration of the saslauthd daemon process as well as the MongoDB server.  For more info, consult this link.


In Hackolade, the address of the LDAP server and port number need to be specified in the Connection tab:



Then select LDAP in the authentication dropdown box, before specifying the username and password: