Re: How do I allow access to an inside server from a public serv
It's not a network management question, but here's how I would do it:
Configure the servers to use LDAP-S (tcp port 636) as your protocol. That encrypts the LDAP traffic in SSL. Put a static NAT on your firewall so the inside servers has a unique public IP address. Add a rule to the ASA allowing on the external server's IP to talk to the NAT IP using LDAP-S.
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