Re: [Emerald] port not allowed errors

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Sat, 29 Apr 2000 12:16:31 -0700

"Internetopia Pty. Ltd." wrote:
> In the radius log file, what is the difference between these two port not
> allowed errors:
> Server:internetopia Port:whatever (Time)
> and
> Server:internetopia Port:whatever (No Access)
> I believe the second one appears when a user dials in at a time not
> allowed in emerald administrator - server port access, however what does
> the (time) error mean? It can't be that a user has used up the allowed in
> emerald's "time left" field, because for the user I am wondering about,
> that field has been left blank.

Time means they are calling outside of their time limit for that
port. No Access means they do not have access to call that port.

> The user that received the (time) error had just disconnected and tried
> reconnecting several times but got that (time) error. he had just
> connected perfectly before the error started, and i tried the account
> today and it connected properly again.

Its a Time of day restriction. Whats the time restrictions for thier
account type on that port? Unless you called during that time of day,
it wouldn't reject you.


Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT__________________________________________IEA Software, Inc.

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