Jun 22, 2020

Jun 22, 2020 OpenSSL - Dev - Use TLS over UDP connection > On Sun, 2013-02-24 at 22:26 -0500, Dave Thompson wrote: > > TLS depends on TCP's reliable in-order transport. DTLS basically > > re-implements enough of TCP to make TLS functionality work. > > That isn't entirely true. Or at least it's misleadingly phrased. > > DTLS copes with packet loss and packet re-ordering. If your data are > transported over DTLS you'd best make sure your application Choose the Port and Protocol for Mobile VPN with SSL UDP is a good choice if the majority of the traffic generated by your Mobile VPN with SSL clients is TCP-based. The HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, POP3 and Microsoft Exchange protocols all use TCP by default. If the majority of the traffic generated by your Mobile VPN with SSL clients is UDP, we recommend that you select TCP for the MVPN with SSL protocol.

TCP and UDP 636 Secure or SSL LDAP. Security is an important part of the network protocols. LDAP is not a secure protocol if we do not implement extra security measures. LDAPS is a secure version of the LDAP where LDAP communication is transmitted over an SSL tunnel. Also, TCP and UDP 636 can be used for LDAPS secure transmission.

Solved: tcp port 443 for anyconnect - Cisco Community But the AnyConnect client may also use DTLS (which provides the same type of authentication and encryption as SSL but uses UDP to do it). There is not a standard port for DTLS but I believe that there is an option on the ASA to configure a port for it to use and you would want that UDP port open also. How to enable LDAP over SSL with a third-party Feb 13, 2020

No UDP enabled when connecting through RD Gateway

Jun 22, 2020 OpenSSL - Dev - Use TLS over UDP connection > On Sun, 2013-02-24 at 22:26 -0500, Dave Thompson wrote: > > TLS depends on TCP's reliable in-order transport. DTLS basically > > re-implements enough of TCP to make TLS functionality work. > > That isn't entirely true. Or at least it's misleadingly phrased. > > DTLS copes with packet loss and packet re-ordering. If your data are > transported over DTLS you'd best make sure your application