Using LDAP from command line can be quite man (or info) expensive.
Usually LDAP is used for samba authentication, so it is set up something like this:
domain example.com is described in LDAP as base dn:
also two OU-s are usually present:
ou=groups for all groups and
ou=users for all users.
All this is case insensitive.
Selecting all groups from LDAP is done using ldapsearch.
ldapsearch -x -b "ou=groups,dc=example,dc=com" -h LDAP_host
This lists all groups.
Sometimes it is needed to have multiple internet connections in one Linux box. To distinguish it from a more common scenario - it means that multiple default routes are specified.
Multiple default routes is a bit of a dilemma - default route is loosely defined as 'if everything else fails send packets there'. By definition there can not be two or more last resort options.
One of those internet connections therefore should be designed as default, and configured normally, giving it IP address, default gateway and so on.
The rest should have its IP addresses configured.