I'd like to look at the directory structure and object classes that DC directory uses. I cannot connect to the LDAP directory using an LDAP client because I don't know what the structure is. Anybody ever tried to query the directory. I'd also like to export the directory in LDIF format. Any tools out there?
Yep, I'm also using Softerra's LDAP Browser. I can connect to many other LDAP directories but still can't bind to DC directory and I've tried all sorts of parameters. Binding as cn=myUID,ou=Users,o=cisco.com binding as cn=Brent Sherman, ou=Users,o=cisco.com, anonymous binds, etc. Also tried many different baseDN's.
Are you having a problem just with the binding, or the actual connection? Make sure you use port 8404.
Also, if you want to bind as an administrator, you can bind using the credentials "cn=Directory Manager, o=cisco.com" and if you are running CallManager 3.1 or later, the Directory Manager password was specified at install/upgrade time.
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