For logging people out after a period of time, why not just set the
Session-Timeout during the authorization phase.
For periodically going through the ServerPorts table and logging people out
based on specific criteria (including a particular time of day), you can
easily use Perl for this. Get the SNMP and DBI modules, then write your
script to loop through the table and send an SNMP disconnect request to your
NAS where necessary. Shouldn't be that difficult to implement.
-- Troy Settle Network Analyst Picus Communications 540.633.6327
It's always a long day... 86400 doesn't fit into a short
** -----Original Message-----** From: firstname.lastname@example.org** [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Dale E. Reed Jr.** Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2000 1:03 PM** To: firstname.lastname@example.org** Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] Automatically disconnecting a client****** Jim Whaley wrote:** >** > Is there no way then, to force someone off using radius?** >** > This has been an "issue" with our company also.**** No. The RADIUS protocol does not define Server -> Client intiated** sessions like this. There are tools that are NAS specific that can** do this, though (like the pmcmd for Portmasters). Ascend use to** have (not sure if they do anymore) a reverse-RADIUS type server in** their NASes that would allow you to send a RADIUS-like packet to the** NAS and do things like change user's time, logoff users, etc.****** --**** Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT/X** __________________________________________** IEA Software, Inc. www.iea-software.com**** For more information about this list (including removal) go to:** http://www.iea-software.com/support/maillists/liststart**
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