The first think i would do is turn on concurrency control in RadiusNT
until you figure out whats going on.
This is typically caused by RadiusNT not correctly receiving the stop
record for the NAS. I know of a couple of NASes that have a problem
like that when the user disconnects without doing an LCP_DISCONNECT
See if the problem is centered around one specific NAS you have or
a specific type/vendor. Then also look at the OS versions of it to
see if there are different revs avaialble or in use.
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