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DC Directory Warning in event log

Anyone seen this before and where to start looking? It is occuring every hour on the hour. Where can I find where ServerX is configured at? It appears as if the publisher is trying to make LDAP connection to a non-IPT server in the cluster since the computer name is not one of the CCMs or any other IPT server. I can not ping it by name, etc. There must be something configured somewhere in CCM to cause to reach out hourly.

Event Type: Warning

Event Source: DCDirectory

Event Category: Administrator

Event ID: 7515

Date: 2/7/2006

Time: 1:49:41 PM

User: N/A

Computer: PUBLISHER

Description:

(DSA ASSOC-MGR SEND(43) Proc 29, Sev 14)

Bind failed.

Failed to open association to

/o=cisco.com/cn=DCDSERVER/cn=SERVERX

Association ID = 26

Entity type: Adjacent DSA

Failure reason: Failed to encode BIND request

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Re: DC Directory Warning in event log

Hi,

Publsiher dc directory has replication aggrement with dc directory of all subscriber servers,since this subscriber is no longer in the network you might have remove that aggreement and reconfigure dc directory on publisher server .Check out this link and follow the procedure based on ur callmanager version and dc directory size.

http://www.ciscotaccc.com/voice/showcase?case=K16010016

Thanks

Aman

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