Cisco Bug: CSCus63257 - Doc: ACS 5.4 TCP 389 not included in table listing ports needed for AD
Feb 06, 2015
- Cisco Secure Access Control Server Solution Engine
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Symptom: When integrating ACS with Active Directory or LDAP, customers should make sure that both TCP and UDP ports 389 are open. If only UDP port 389 is open, integration with LDAP/AD will fail. Conditions: In the ACS 5.4 User Guide under "Managing Users and Identity Stores" in the "Microsoft AD" section, the unlabeled table directly below the sentence "If there is a firewall between ACS and AD, certain ports need to be opened in order to allow ACS to communicate with AD. The following are the default ports to be opened:" currently incorrectly states that only UDP port 389 needs to be open for LDAP.
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