I opened up my firewall for a company to send LDAP requests, but need to setup my LDAP URL. Since the LDAP URL is setup on their side, I am guessing that I need to do something like the following:
where x.x.x.x is the IP address is assigned form my external IP pool assigned to the LDAP server, since again, this is setup on a company's server needing access across the internet, through my firewall and to my AD server.
My LDAP server is Active Directory. I set this up both ways, but neither is working. Is there an easy way to determine my LDAP URL?
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