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PFSense - PFSense LDAP Authentication on Active Directory Open a browser software, enter the IP address of your Pfsense firewall and access web interface. In our example, the following URL was entered in the Browser: User Management — Troubleshooting LDAP Authentication When using LDAP, pfSense® software will use an ldaps URL which defaults to port 636. It will NOT do starttls on port 389. Ensure the LDAP server is listening properly on port 636. PFSense - Active Directory Authentication using LDAP over SSL PFSense - Testing the LDAP over SSL communication We need to test if your domain controller is offering the LDAP over SSL service on port 636. On the domain controller, access the start menu and search for the LDP application. First, let's test if your domain controller is offering the LDAP … RADIUS and LDAP on pfSense 2.4 - Netgate

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