Configure Network for Remote LDAP Access by a Yeastar FQDN

With a Yeastar FQDN, you can remotely access the LDAP server on PBX via secure LDAP connection without the need of configuring public IP and port forwarding for the PBX. This topic describes how to configure network for remote LDAP access via FQDN.


  1. Log in to PBX web portal, go to System > Network > Yeastar FQDN.
  2. Turn on Yeastar FQDN.
  3. In the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) field, set up the FQDN domain name.
    1. Select a domain name from the drop-down list.
    2. Enter a host name in the first field.
      Note: Think twice before you enter the hostname. The FQDN cannot be changed after you save the configurations.

      For example, select domain name and enter hostname yeastardocs, you will get an FQDN

  4. Enable remote LDAP access feature and configure usage permission.
    1. In the Features section, go to the Remote Access tab.
    2. Click beside the LDAP Access.
    3. In the pop-up window, complete the following settings according to your need.

      • Name: Display the remote access feature name, and cannot be edited.
      • Status: Select Enabled.
      • Remote Access Service Port: The remote access ports will be assigned by Remote Access Service automatically.
      • Enable IP Restriction: Optional. Select the checkbox of the option, and add at least one permitted IP address and subnet mask.

        If you configure this option, only the permitted IP address(es) can use the remote access feature.

    4. Click Confirm.
  5. Click Save.


  • The Remote Access Service automatically assigns ports for remote LDAP access.

  • You can set up the PBX as an LDAP server via the FQDN, allowing an IP phone to remotely and securely query contacts' information within the PBX's directory. For more information of the remote LDAP settings, see Set up Yeastar P-Series Software Edition as an LDAP Server.