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    How do i find the port number of

    LDAP

    Basically i would know what port ldap is running on

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    Default of 389 for non SSL enabled connections.

    Check out - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia for the others

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    Yeah i know that

    I know that 636 is the port for SSL.

    But i would like to know how to find out the port its running on. Reason behind this is basically we have had School boardband install in the school about 3 months now

    There have tried to do a ldap query but it has been failing everytime. I have tested Ldap and its working fine on the server. there have tested the firewalls on the server its not working come up query failed. So now im wondering if it ldap is running on a different port. I have only had at this school for a months.

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    I have sorted the port number. It is running on 389

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    grep -i ldap /etc/services

    ldap 389/tcp
    ldap 389/udp
    ldaps 636/tcp # LDAP over SSL
    ldaps 636/udp # LDAP over SSL
    www-ldap-gw 1760/tcp # www-ldap-gw
    www-ldap-gw 1760/udp # www-ldap-gw
    msft-gc-ssl 3269/tcp # Microsoft Global Catalog with LDAP/SSL
    msft-gc-ssl 3269/udp # Microsoft Global Catalog with LDAP/SSL
    ldap-admin 3407/tcp # LDAP admin server port
    ldap-admin 3407/udp # LDAP admin server port
    bmc_ctd_ldap 6301/tcp # BMC CONTROL-D LDAP SERVER
    bmc_ctd_ldap 6301/udp # BMC CONTROL-D LDAP SERVER

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    That command does not work on my server

    grep -i ldap /etc/services

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    first rule of windows servers.
    Install cygwin to make them functional

    Cygwin

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    I said it was 389 on the first post but

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberNerd View Post
    grep -i ldap /etc/services

    ldap 389/tcp
    ldap 389/udp
    ldaps 636/tcp # LDAP over SSL
    ldaps 636/udp # LDAP over SSL
    www-ldap-gw 1760/tcp # www-ldap-gw
    www-ldap-gw 1760/udp # www-ldap-gw
    msft-gc-ssl 3269/tcp # Microsoft Global Catalog with LDAP/SSL
    msft-gc-ssl 3269/udp # Microsoft Global Catalog with LDAP/SSL
    ldap-admin 3407/tcp # LDAP admin server port
    ldap-admin 3407/udp # LDAP admin server port
    bmc_ctd_ldap 6301/tcp # BMC CONTROL-D LDAP SERVER
    bmc_ctd_ldap 6301/udp # BMC CONTROL-D LDAP SERVER
    Does not tell you what port ldap is running on though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twin--turbo View Post
    Does not tell you what port ldap is running on though.
    No, it tells you where it *should* be running. you'd need lsof to dig deeper.

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    netstat should do this

    Rob

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    If the server is a global catalog server you should also be able to use 3268.

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