I am trying to setup an application policy rule to allow secure LDAP from our hosting company back to our internal domain controller running MS AD. I have the appropriate NAT statement setup.
If you look in the log screenshot above, you'll see that the first entry is being denied. For my list of allowed applications in that rule, I have added LDAP and SSL. My services tab is set at Application-default.
For testing, I also tried just using regular LDAP with with just LDAP for application allowed, and services as Application-default. That worked fine, as you can see in log entry 2-8.
Do I need to change the services to TCP-636 to get LDAPS to work? I looked at the LDAP application object, and it lists 389, 636 as the ports it uses.
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