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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




 Administering RADIUS Clients and Client Groups


Administering RADIUS Location Groups

radiusclass=native-user, …

 Administering Users


 Administering Profiles


 Administering Proxy RADIUS


 Administering RADIUS Tunnels


 Setting Up EAP Methods


 Administering Address Pools


 Displaying Statistics


 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.


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.


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


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)

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)