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Firewall port to open in CISCO device to allow Forefront TMG 2010 to join domain and publish Exchange 2007 ?

Hi All,

Does anyone know what server ports that I need to open/allow in the hardware firewall between DMZ and internal LAN ?

at the moment I opened port 443 (SSL) and port 389 so that my TMG can talk to the Domain Controller but I still cannot join the domain ?

FYI: my TMG 2010 std is in DMZ while the domain controllers are in internal LAN. Between the zone i have cisco firewall in place.

Thanks.
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Glen KnightCommented:
Why are you using a cisco firewall AND FTMG??
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jjozAuthor Commented:
oh I mean I implement IP access list to make it secure further between zone.
I am still wondering why port 443 and 389 is not enough to join this TMG2010 into the domain ?
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Glen KnightCommented:
You will need RPC ports, DNS ports, LDAP ports.  This is why I questioned the use of 2 firewalls.

FTMG is a firewall in it's own right, there should be no need to "secure" the route between FTMG and your internal network with another firewall.
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jjozAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the reply

so it seems that port 443 and 389 is not enough, so I'll have to open the following ports:


DNS (53/tcp and 53/udp)
Kerberos-Adm (UDP) (749/udp)
Kerberos-Sec (TCP) (88/tcp)
Kerberos-Sec (UDP) (88/udp)
LDAP (389/tcp)
LDAP UDP (389/udp)
LDAP GC (Global Catalog) (3268/tcp)
Microsoft CIFS (TCP) (445/tcp)
Microsoft CIFS (UDP) (445/udp)
NTP (UDP) (123/udp)
PING (ICMP Type 8)
RPC (all interfaces) (135/tcp)

is that all what I should open ?

I didn't knew that it was so many ports to open just to join the domain and enable the Kerberos Constrained Delegation.
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Glen KnightCommented:
I don't know the actual port numbers but that list certainly looks correct.

The FTMG can have a connection on the internal network and be configured as your firewall.  There should be no need to use a second firewall.
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jjozAuthor Commented:
ah cool.
thanks for the confirmation.
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jjozAuthor Commented:
thanks man !
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