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Win 2008 Firewall with DFSR using a static port

Postby guest » Thu Sep 04, 2008 7:11 pm

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"moi" <moi@y.co.uk> wrote in message news:e8phkZpDJHA.3432@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> In Windows 2008 Microsoft have made changes to the dynamic port range to
> comply with IANA recommendations.
>
> Details at http://support.microsoft.com/default.as ... -US;929851,
> including how to modify the settings.
>
> The range now starts at 49152. This is unfortunate as 49152 was the
> suggested port in the Microsoft docs for configuring AD replication to use a
> static port. We've used 49152, 49153 and 499154 for AD, NTFRS and DFSR on
> Windows 2003.
>
> I've struggled to get this working with Windows 2008 and the local firewall.
> Diagnosis was difficult as netstat showed the expected connections and the
> firewall log showed no dropped packets but communications failed.
>
> The fix:
>
> 1) Set the dynamic port range to start at 49160
>
> 2) Delete the default inbound firewall rule 'DFS Replication (RPC-In)' - as
> default rules cannot be edited.
>
> 3) Create a replacement rule with settings
>
> Type = TCP, Local port = specific 49154, Remote port = All ports
>
> Program = %SystemRoot%\System32\dfsrs.exe, Service = DFSR
>
> See also earlier message 'Win 2008 Firewall with DFSR using a static port
> Query'
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