Message-ID: <00b101c045ad$d66b0310$14c22cc7@photon> From: "Josh Hillman" <email@example.com> Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] Disconnecting Users Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2000 10:50:49 -0500
It sounds like there's nothing wrong on your end. If they're being
disconnected "prematurely" and they are in fact doing stuff online, then
chances are, they have "disconnect if idle for XX minutes" checked in the
Internet Options area. Since you handle idle-timers on your side, there's
no need for the user to do it. As far as I know, that option (disconnect
if...) only pays attention to traffic on port 80 and maybe 21 and 443 (SSL),
so if someone is doing IRC or something and their computer gets disconnected
(user disconnect), then that setting is probably what it is. Or... their
mail or news program is configured to disconnect after getting messages.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Roblyer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, November 03, 2000 10:46 AM
Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] Disconnecting Users
> The Idle is set to 20 minutes and there is no max session duration set.
> Here is an example of what the Radius is logging:
> 2000-10-24 09:54:00 1 gpierce 18.104.22.168 45333 LAPM/V42BIS 103 8 1
> 2000-10-24 10:02:00 1 gpierce 22.214.171.124 45333 LAPM/V42BIS 103 8 1
> 2000-10-24 10:08:00 3 gpierce 126.96.36.199 48000 LAPM/V42BIS 103 8 1
> 2000-10-24 10:11:00 2 gpierce 188.8.131.52 48000 LAPM/V42BIS 103 8 1
> CallDate, Minutes, Username, IPAddress, Speed, InputOctets, OutputOctets,
> The Terminate Cause #1 is User Disconnect I think.
> The NAS's are all PM3s.
> > Radius wouldn't have anything to do with it unless of course you have a
> > maximum session duration and/or idle-limit set. What are the disconnect
> > causes reported by the NASes? What kind of NASes are they?
> > Josh
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