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Setup AAM 6.3 in ASA 6.11

Setup AAM 6.3 in ASA 6.11

Setup AAM 6.3 in ASA 6.11

(OP)
I am unable to add AAM 6.3 in ASA, getting Communication Error : No Port Available

I saw this avaya article but it doesnt make sense, I am doing the same config
https://support.avaya.com/public/index?page=conten...

ASA : Connection Info
Connection Information:
Type = Network
SSL = Yes
Connect via ASG Guard = No
Target Host = testams01
IP Version = IPv4
Port Number = 636
Timeout Values:
Connection Timeout (ms) = 30000
Idle Disconnect (secs) = 0
Login Delay (ms) = 500

Login Information:
Login Manually = No
Trusted Server = ASA
Base DN = ou=people,dc=avaya
ASG Enabled = No
Token Enabled = No

RE: Setup AAM 6.3 in ASA 6.11

turn off ssl and use port 389

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