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often when it comes to connect to LDAP I had very small typos. An LDAP reading tool like i.e. http://www.ldapbrowser.com/ helped in most cases. In your case there seems to be an issue with
which is probably because there is no corhqamigopod2 defined in your LDAP-Server or the user your are using to connect to LDAP does not have privileges to read underneath the wanted tree or something similar.
The most interesting part of the error is that the according to our Window's Sever Admin 'corhqamigopod2' is a device and has nothing to do with LDAP. Does that ring any bells?