Enabling LDAP for Domain Controller.
Firewall rules for LDAP
- In the Start menu, search for "firewall" and click Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
- Once the application opens, select Inbound Rules, and then under Actions click New Rule...
- Select Port, and then click Next
- Select TCP and Specific local ports:. Enter 389,636 as the ports, and then click Next
- Ensure that Domain, Private and Public are checked, and click Next
- Create a name and description for the new firewall rule that was created, once complete click Finish
- Repeat to step 2-6, but instead of selecting "Inbound Rules" select Outbound Rules
Port forwarding for LDAP
- Open Router settings
- Set up Port Forwarding rule to route traffic on ports 389 and 636 to the Domain Controller computer’s IP address
- Reset router if required
More information about LDAP ports can be found here:
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