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bperez
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Authenticating Messenger Live Traffic

Hi,

We need to permit traffic tcp1863 to only one group of Active directory, is possible to athenticate traffic different to HTTP?

Regards

Bernardo

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sliedl
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Re: Authenticating Messenger Live Traffic

Can you be more specific Bernardo, perhaps with a small example?

bperez
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Re: Authenticating Messenger Live Traffic

We have problem to control the Messenger Live, thats must be only permitted to a specific group from Active directory. Authentication for internet is working with passport, but for Messenger needs the TCP 1863 port to be open by user, the question is: is possible to authenticate users to permit that kind of traffic?

sliedl
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Re: Authenticating Messenger Live Traffic

You should be able to authenticate almost any type of traffic through the firewall.  If you're not using MLC then your users will have to enter a username/password to authenticate this traffic (since you cannot non-transparently authenticate this traffic [non-transparent to the user]).

We don't have the resources to troubleshoot things via the Community forum (nor is it even a good place TO troubleshoot, i.e. collect logs, etc.), so if this is an issue you need resolved quickly I would file a ticket with Support.