#monitor incoming port 389 requests

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by Mike Bonvie, Feb 24, 2006.

  1. Mike Bonvie

    Mike Bonvie Guest

    Greetings,



    We have a windows 2000 server in our AD environment which we want to retire.



    All FSMO roles are on 2003 servers



    This 2000 server functions as a GC, DNS, and an exchange/PF server. All
    mailboxes and the PF store have been removed from this server. No server in
    our domain uses this server as its DNS. It's basically a lame-duck server.
    We want to retire it as gracefully as possible.



    Questions:



    1.. We want to monitor specific incoming network traffic (port 389/ldap)
    to see what servers are talking on this port - some legacy apps "may" still
    use this server.


    I ran a netstat -na |findstr 389 which listed the hosts connecting on port
    389, is there some utililty (besides windows netmon or a 3rd party sniffer)
    which can generate historical data recording incoming ldap requests? I
    looked at perfmon, there's no counters for this traffic. Something similar
    to windows dns debugging would be great.





    2.. We want servers/computers to no longer use this server as its logon
    server. (this server is 1 of 3 AD servers in its site)


    Would putting this server in its own isolated site address hosts from using
    it as a logon server?



    Your feedback is appreciated.



    -Mike Bonvie

    Systems Engineer
     
    Mike Bonvie, Feb 24, 2006
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