Connect SecureCircle Cloud to a Local Active Directory
  • 18 Oct 2020
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Connect SecureCircle Cloud to a Local Active Directory

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SecureCircle Active Directory integration requires the SecureCircle server to access an Active Directory controller via the LDAP protocol.

This communication normally happens over a TCP connection on port 389 or 636 (TLS).

Available VPN Configurations

The following VPN solutions are currently in use by SecureCircle. Alternative deployments can be discussed.

AWS Managed VPN Connections

Reference: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonVPC/latest/UserGuide/VPC_VPN.html

The SecureCircle server, contained within a VPC, communicates with the domain controller over an Amazon managed IPsec tunnel.

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SoftEther

Reference: https://www.softether.org/

The SecureCircle server will access the domain controller over a tunnel managed by our SoftEther deployment, supporting a variety of VPN protocols.
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Zero Tier

Reference: https://zerotier.com/

The SecureCircle server will be joined to a ZeroTier network. The domain controller, or a bridge to it, will be joined to the network as well. Communication from the SecureCircle server to the domain controller will happen over the ZeroTier virtual network.
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