LDAPS TCP-636 shows as SSL

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L3 Networker

LDAPS TCP-636 shows as SSL

Im creating a rule base to limit port access to a Domain Controller in a DMZ. I want to allow TCP/636 (or LDAPS) to this server as well as a group of other applications.

The only problem is that there is no LDAPS application defined. The application LDAP is defined as TCP/389 as it should be. LDAP also has TCP/636 defined but the PA does not identify TCP636 as LDAP traffic. I even created a new application LDAPS as TCP636 but the PA only recognizes it as application SSL over TCP/636. That would be fine but I dont want to create a new rule for a Service Object, I want to include it in the applications group. Nor do I want to allow all SSL to the domain controller.

Any thoughts ? Thanks,


Justin

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L6 Presenter

LDAPS is SSL.

Or rather LDAP within SSL-tunnel.

In order to make your PA to identify this properly you need to enable SSL-termination (SSL-decrypt).

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