[RadiusNT] Re: RadiusNT Digest

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Edsonet (administrator@yellowhead.com)
Mon, 06 Nov 2000 08:02:57 -0700

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Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2000 08:02:57 -0700
From: Edsonet <administrator@yellowhead.com>
Subject: [RadiusNT] Re: RadiusNT Digest

You need to examine the logs from your NAS to find the reason for
disconnection, but in all likelyhood you will find that your system has
nothing to do with it. The most common reason for disconnection is a
failure of the carrier signal between modems, and that you have no control
over. Customers in rural locations are more likely to experience these type
of disconections because of the fluctuating quality of the phone
connection. In your NAS log files, it will appear as if the customer
disconnected, but in actual fact it would be the modem itself that
disconnected because it lost the carrier signal.

J.A. Coutts
Systems Engineer
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At 01:05 PM 11/03/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>Subject: [RadiusNT] Disconnecting Users
>From: "Jason Roblyer" <jason@nctc.net>
>Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2000 06:04:37 -0600
>I know the answer to this question already (I think), but I just have to
>Can Radius "kick" users off with no reason? There are some people around
>here that seem to think that we're getting a high number of disconnects
>because the Radius servers are getting bogged down.
>Jason Roblyer


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