Port used by the user id agent to talk to AD server

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Cyber Elite

Port used by the user id agent to talk to AD server

We have PA user id agent running on the windows server.

Need to confirm Port used by the User id agent to talk to AD for user to ip mappings

is this port tcp 5006?

 

where should i look for?

MP

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L7 Applicator

Our Windows based user agents are using TCP 445 to all our DC's.

 

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Cyber Elite

Hello,

By default, its port 5007. It will initiate from the client/server to the PAN on the management interface. You should be able to see it connect if you go to the Device tab -> User Identification ->User-ID agent subtab. The ball should be green. Also if you have the local firewall turned on on the server, make sure you are allowing port 5007/tcp outbound.

 

https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/7-1/pan-os-web-interface-help/user-identification/device-us...

 

Regards,

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L1 Bithead

Think the question was what port the UserID agent uses to talk to AD (not the Palo).

UserID to AD servers port usage is referenced here:

https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/8-1/pan-os-admin/firewall-administration/reference-port-num...

 

Cyber Elite

I have gone through that link so need to confirm if port used is 5006?

MP
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Cyber Elite

Thanks for replying.

Need to confirm port used between user id agent running on Windows server and AD?

MP
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L7 Applicator

Our Windows based user agents are using TCP 445 to all our DC's.

 

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Cyber Elite

how can I verify that from user id agent running on windows server?

MP
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L7 Applicator

On the windows server run a command prompt and use

 

netstat -an

 

look for established connections from  agent server to ad server, 

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Cyber Elite

 

Will try that

MP
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Cyber Elite

Tested it is using port 445.

Thanks for help

MP
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