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Cisco Mobile AD directory lookup

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Hey all,

  I am trying to get the directory IpPhone attribute to pull down to cisco mobile 8.1. I have indexed the attributes IpPhone, telephoneNumber, and mobile and none of these pull down to my IPhone when searching the corporate directory. The only thing I get when I search the directory is the name of the person and if I want to copy to my iPhone contacts. When I choose copy, no phone numbers are listed. I did add something to the ldap field mappings, I have attached a pic of the configuration in CUCM. Any help is  appreciated.     CUCM config AD config
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Make sure you are spelling it ipPhone it is case sensitive.
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In the pic I attached ipPhone is correct.  Also the fact that I am able to pull up the directory tells me the sync is working it's just not populating the phone number. Also I have no issues with LDAP on my regular IP phones.
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Thanks for the reply guys. I found out what the issue was. I had to reset the Dirsync service in CUCM. Since Willy's link led me to think about restarting the service I will give him partial credit. Thanks again.
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I awarded 200 to willy and 300 to myself since my solution fixed the issue.
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