Geo. ( (no email) )
Wed, 21 Jul 1999 15:37:37 -0400

> The goal of concurrency is to prevent a majority of the multiple logins,
> without false denial of those who should be let in. With SNMP, that is
> possible. If I was an ISP and found thousands of concurrent entries
> for a user in my RadLogs table, I'd boot the user.

I understand, but "boot the user" isn't real helpful. Suppose I boot him and
he goes around telling everyone how to do this, then we all end up with
thousands of ISDN users we have to boot, right?

You mentioned Radius 3 and how it may address this sort of thing. What kind
of shape is it in? I'd be happy to help test it if it works.


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