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LDAP attributes

We are running CCMv4.1(3) and are using embedded DC directiry. Our internal extension is a 5 digits number. For example 35332 is my internal extension. We have grepped the below info from CCM.

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dn:cn=35332-CCNProfile-{61755071102122005},ou=profiles,ou=CCN,o=cisco.com

cn: 35332-CCNProfile-{61755071102122005}

objectClass: ciscoCCNocAppProfile

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ciscoatProfileOwner: 35332

ciscoCCNatAAKeyPadMapping: 42948778866

ciscoCCNatPromptName: TomChan

ciscoCCNatDeviceProfile: FCC_35332

ciscoCCNatDefaultDeviceProfile: FCC_35332

ciscoCCNatDeviceAuthorizationRequired: true

CiscoatGUID: -{61755071102122005}

ciscoCCNatCallingNumModAllowed: false

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dn:cn=35332-CCNProfile-{61755071102122005},ou=profiles,ou=CCN,o=cisco.com

cn: 35332-CCNProfile-{61755071102122005}

objectClass: ciscoocUserProfile

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ciscoatProfileOwner: 35332

ciscoatAppProfile: cn=35332-CCNProfile-{61755071102122005},ou=profiles,ou=CCN,o=cisco.com

CiscoatGUID: -{61755071102122005}

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My questions are as below:

1. How is the CiscoatGUID "61755071102122005" generated? Can we use something more meaningful such as by using the user name? In this case, my name TomChan will be used as CiscoatGUID

2. Same question as cn=35332-CCNProfile-{61755071102122005}?

I am not an expert in LDAP. If there is any definition and explanation of each attribute such as ciscoatProfileOwner, ciscoCCNatAAKeyPadMapping, ciscoCCNatPromptName etc... it will be helpful. Thank you

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Re: LDAP attributes

1. timestamp

2. ditto

you can find a user back by userID from ou=Users,o=cisco.com

There, you can find where it's profile is, or it's guid, to do a new search in the ou=profiles,ou=CCN,o=cisco.com tree

use a LDAP browser to browse the tree, it will give you more understanding of the elements and structure

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Re: LDAP attributes

Thanks for the advice. What does "ditto" stand for? We have our LDAP schema attribute as shown below.

My question will be is it possible to modify this timestamp setting such as "CiscoatGUID: -{61755071102122005}" to a "uid: tomchan" as shown below.

Thanks in avance.

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Our LDAP schema attribute:

dn:uid=tomchan,cn=users,dc=company,dc=lan

objectClass: inetOrgPerson

inetLocalMailRecepient

uid: tomchan

sn: Chan

cn: Tom Chan

givenName: Tom

mailRoutingAddress: tom.chan@ocs.company.lan

mailLocalAddress: tom.chan@company.co.jp

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