Ports required within Active Directory (2016 DC's)

Hello,

I have configured Windows active directory  (2016)as follows:

3 domain controllers, Windows 2016 operating system in 3 different physical locations, communicating with each other via VPN tunnels.
Windows member servers who join the domain are either Windows 2008 , Windows 2012, or Windows 2016 server operating system.

There are on Windows 7 / 8/ 10 client operating systems joined to the domain, only Windows server operating systems currently (although it is possible that this can change, but not likely).

This is a secure environment, and none of the servers can access the internet.

The environment needs to be as secure as possible. Therefore port communication needs to be locked down.

Can someone assist and tell me the the following:

1. Incoming / outgoing ports required by the Domain Controllers so the can communicate with each other?

2. Incoming / outgoing ports required by the member servers and domain controllers  so they communicate with each other ? (Member servers do not require  communication between each other, only to DC's)

Firewall rules (which exist for all servers) are defined by incoming ports allowed and outgoing ports allowed. Each server in this environment needs to be defined this way.

Thanks in advance!
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Dustin SaundersDirector of OperationsCommented:
This is pretty common, do this fairly often to create trusts.  For W2K8+ the ports required are:

Client Port(s)				Server 	Port		Service
49152 -65535/UDP			123/UDP				W32Time
49152 -65535/TCP			135/TCP	RPC 		Endpoint Mapper
49152 -65535/TCP			464/TCP/UDP			Kerberos password change
49152 -65535/TCP			49152-65535/TCP		RPC for LSA, SAM, Netlogon (*)
49152 -65535/TCP/UDP		389/TCP/UDP			LDAP
49152 -65535/TCP			636/TCP	LDAP 		SSL
49152 -65535/TCP			3268/TCP			LDAP GC
49152 -65535/TCP			3269/TCP			LDAP GC SSL
53, 49152 -65535/TCP/UDP	53/TCP/UDP			DNS
49152 -65535/TCP			49152 -65535/TCP	FRS RPC (*)
49152 -65535/TCP/UDP		88/TCP/UDP			Kerberos
49152 -65535/TCP/UDP		445/TCP				SMB (**)
49152 -65535/TCP			49152-65535/TCP		DFSR RPC (*)

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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/179442/how-to-configure-a-firewall-for-domains-and-trusts

Generally I do UDP { 53, 88, 123, 389 } and TCP { 53, 88, 135, 389, 445, 636, 3268, 3269, 49152:65535 }
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mbudmanAuthor Commented:
Hello Dustin,

Thanks for the information. I was wondering if you could help clarify as I need to break this information down and configure in the following
manner:

1)  Ports required for communication between domain controllers only

2) For communication between Domain controller and clients:
    a. outgoing ports required on domain controller to incoming ports required on client
    b. outgoing ports from client to incoming ports on the domain controller

This is where I find the documentation from Microsoft confusing.

What I have gathered so for, so Domain Controller to Domain Controller (DC<->DC):
TCP 53,135, 139,  445
UDP 53,  135,138, 445

For Client incoming ports (from DC):
TCP 53, 88, 135, 389, 445, 464, 636, 3268, 3269, 49152-65535
     
Would you be able to assist in helping me better understand this stuff?

Thanks!
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