See http://www.iea-software.com/radiusnt/faqs/SNMP-Concurrency.html for
> "Robert H. Clugston" wrote:
> > List,
> > I'm reviewing my calls table to see if I can find out
> why some of my users
> > are getting "over login limit" errors. I ran this query:
> > SELECT
> > DISTINCT Calls.UserName,
> > Calls.AcctSessionTime,
> > Calls.NASIdentifier,
> > Calls.NASPort,
> > Calls.CallDate,
> > Calls.CallerID
> > FROM
> > Emerald.dbo.Calls Calls
> > WHERE
> > Calls.UserName = 'user'
> > ORDER BY
> > Calls.CallDate ASC
> > When I was searching throught the results I noticed
> that there was alot of
> > data that looked corrupt. Any idea if this is a problem or is this is
> > normal?
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> > http://www.iea-software.com/support/maillists/liststart
> If your NAS crashes (no BBU) or for any other reason does not
> send the Stop packet.
> Emerald will believe they are still online and they must be
> cleared from the Online
> screen manually.
> I was also getting duplicate packets (Session IDs) that it was
> not receiving properly
> for obvious reasons.
> I cleared old data, older than 2 months (or the affected period)
> and the accounting
> began working properly again.
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