You mention the following "You can define server port access (including time of
day restrictions) on a per account type basis" how is this achived with Radius
2.5 or 3? there seems nothing about this in the docs regarding time of day
"Dale E. Reed Jr." wrote:
> Glen Harvy wrote:
> > Does anyone know of a way to force a disconnection of a user if they are
> > online outside of an agreed time span.
> You can define server port access (including time of day restrictions)
> on a per account type basis. This will restrict when they can login.
> > I know Radius will not let them connect (this works well) but I was
> > wondering if there is someway the on-line Emerald database can be searched
> > at regular intervals and disconnect a user if they exist at that time.
> > My NAS is Windows 2000 Sever RRAS.
> RadiusNT will also include a Session-Timeout limiting how much time they
> can be one (ie, if their time window only had ten minutes left, they
> get a Session-Timeout of 600 seconds). Its up to the NAS to disconnect
> the user based on the Session-Timeout.
> Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT/X
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