----- Original Message -----
From: Mark Lipscombe <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 1999 3:02 PM
Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] SessionTimeout and time banking
> > As I understand, above 2 things are mutually exclusive. Ie
> > if RadiusNt configured for time banking (some account's TimeLeft
> > field is not NULL), there's no any reason to define Session-Timeout
> > attribute in RadConfigs/RadATConfigs of this account. If this attribute
> > is defined then RadiusNt will use max value of Session-Timeout
> > and TimeLeft. Am I right?
> They're not mutually exclusive. You may wish to give a customer 100 hours
> of "block time", but limit them to using it in 2 hour blocks, therefore
> would set TimeLeft = 6000 and set Session-Timeout in
> to 7200.
> > Also, Emerald's database has MaxSessionTime field in ServerPorts
> > table, but RadiusNt documentation does not have anything about
> > this field. Does it mean that this field is optional? Why does not
> > require this field? I ask it becouse this field contains information
> > RADIUS.
> Having a value in the field is optional. If it is set, it will enforce a
> maxium session time on that port, perfect if you want to have a pool of
> "express" lines, with 30 minute limits or so.
> > Thanks all
> > Tumur
> Mark Lipscombe
> Information Technology Manager
> Sydnet Group Pty Ltd
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