# Can you connect iPhone to LDAP on a non-standard port?

In a nutshell, I think I'm having concerns setting up iOS to connect to LDAP on a non - typical port.

I've attempted a plenty of various series, such as adding the port to the web server address, yet all fruitless. Has any person had the ability to connect to an LDAP that works on a various port than 389? If so, I would certainly value verification that it is feasible and also actions on just how you set points up would certainly be also much better.

My LDAP is apacheDS and also the port it works on is not 389, so I'm at a loss just how an iPhone or iPad can connect to the LDAP.

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2022-06-07 14:37:58
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To the most effective of my expertise, iOS does not (since 5.0) assistance accessing an LDAP web server on any kind of port apart from 389.

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2022-06-07 16:22:25
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Most hostname/address areas approve a port in a typical syntax kind. I can not examine this as I do not have accessibility to an LDAP web server on a non - typical port, yet with any luck this benefits you:

Note the :5385 is my composed port number, clearly you intend to enter whatever your LDAP web server works on. The majority of areas such as internet browser address bars and also various other link strings approve port classification in that issue, quickly adhering to the hostname or IP address, prior to any kind of added details.

HTTP internet surfing has an implied:80 that browsers do not show, ditto for HTTPS and also:443. If you surfed to http://google.com:80/, your internet browser would merely remove the:80 yet every little thing would certainly act generally.

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2022-06-07 16:03:29
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