LDAP/AD Protocol

Detection Information

The following page provides information on the LDAP/AD Protocol.

Protocol Description

LDAP is a directory service protocol that manages users, groups, passwords, systems and other assets. Popular implementations of LDAP directory services include OpenLDAP, Microsoft Active Directory, and Novell eDirectory.

Full Name

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol / Active Directory

Abbreviation

LDAP

Port Statistics

IP Protocol Flow Percent
TCP 389 68%
UDP 389 28%
TCP 3268 4%
TCP 50001 < 1%

Port Reference - RFC

  • TCP 389 - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
  • UDP 389 - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
  • TCP 636 - LDAP Protocol Over TLS/SSL (was Sldap)
  • TCP 3268 - Microsoft Global Catalog
  • UDP 3268 - Microsoft Global Catalog

Category

Authentication

External Resources


Protocol Detection

Do you know how much LDAP/AD traffic flows through your network? Netify's protocol detection engine and reporting provides insights to help manage your network.

What gets measured, gets managed.

Learn More

Related Protocols

A list of related protocols is below. List of all protocols.
Category Name Tag

Authentication

Diameter diameter Details

Authentication

RADIUS radius Details

Authentication

Kerberos kerberos Details

Integration and Custom Solutions

Do you have any questions about integration, APIs or custom development?

Contact Us