Which ports are required by the Authlogics Authentication Server?

Authlogics agents communicate and send authentication requests to the Authlogics Authentication Server with via different methods. As such, certain TCP ports are required to be opened on the Authlogics Authentication Server to be opened to allow communication to occur.

The table below lists the agents and associated ports to be opened on the Authlogics Authentication Server:

Protocol

Ports

TCP

Agents

HTTP

14000*

TCP

Windows Desktop Logon Agent

Remote Desktop Client

RADIUS Server

Federated Services

HTTPS / SSL

14443*

TCP

Windows Desktop Logon Agent

Remote Desktop Client

RADIUS Server

Federated Services

RADIUS

1812

1645

TCP

RADIUS Clients

RADIUS Accounting

1813

1645

TCP

RADIUS Clients

PING / ICMP Echo

 

Windows Desktop Logon Agent

* By default, Authlogics utilises TCP ports 14000 and 14443 for HTTP and HTTPs connectivity respectively. These ports can be customised and moved to none default ports by an administrator. Should different ports for HTTP and HTTPs be used, then those new ports will need to be opened accordingly.

 

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