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LDAP Virtual Schema

The LDAP interface uses the virtual schema illustrated in Figure 194Figure 199 to represent the structure of the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier database. LDAP clients use the virtual schema to exchange configuration data over the LDAP configuration interface.

Many of the top-level items in the LDAP virtual schema correspond to pages in the WEb GUI, as shown in Table 60.

Table 60: LDAP Schema and Web GUI Dialogs

Item

See

radiusclass=client

 Administering RADIUS Clients and Client Groups

radiusclass=ClientGroup

Administering RADIUS Location Groups

radiusclass=native-user, …

 Administering Users

radiusclass=profile

 Administering Profiles

radiusclass=proxy

 Administering Proxy RADIUS

radiusclass=tunnel

 Administering RADIUS Tunnels

radiusclass=server

 Setting Up EAP Methods

radiusclass=ip-addr-pool

 Administering Address Pools

radiusstatus=statistics

 Displaying Statistics

radiusstatus=sessions

 Current Sessions Overview

Note: LDAP searches that call radiusstatus=sessions can adversely affect Steel-Belted Radius Carrier performance. When possible, search using the sessions_by keywords. New attributes can be added by updating the session table.

radiusstatus=sessions_by_mobile_session

You can use the LCI to locate a session by its mobile session identifier (the concatenation of the values of the User-Name and 3GPP-NSAPI attributes included in authentication and accounting requests).

Use the radiusstatus=sessions_by_mobile_session node to specify a filter of mobile-session-id=session_id to locate a specific mobile session. You can also use this part of the schema to delete sessions.

Note: radiusstatus items can be read, but they cannot be modified.

Note: Figure 196 and Figure 198 incorrectly list Tribe as an available attribute for session queries. This attribute is not supported in the LDAP schema.

Figure 194: LDAP Schema (1 of 6)

LDAP Schema (1 of 6)

Figure 195: LDAP Schema (2 of 6)

LDAP Schema (2 of 6)

Note: The radiusclass=ip-addr-pool applies only to the standalone version and not to the cluster.

Figure 196: LDAP Schema (3 of 6)

LDAP Schema (3 of 6)

Figure 197: LDAP Schema (4 of 6)

LDAP Schema (4 of 6)

Figure 198: LDAP Schema (5 of 6)

LDAP Schema (5 of 6)

Figure 199: LDAP Schema (6 of 6)

LDAP Schema (6 of 6)

Modified: 2017-09-27