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The following document is a technical reference on the required ports and protocols for implementing a hybrid identity solution. Use the following illustration and refer to the corresponding table. This table describes the ports and protocols that are required for communication between the Azure AD Connect server and on-premises AD. This table describes the ports and protocols that are required for communication between the Federation servers and WAP servers. This table describes the ports and protocols that are required for communication between users and the WAP servers. Again, this is only required for the SSO registration process. The following tables describe the endpoints, ports, and protocols that are required for communication between Azure AD Connect Health agents and Azure AD. This table describes the following outbound ports and protocols that are required for communication between the Azure AD Connect Health agents and Azure AD.