Problems in Accounting
alister at ticklers.org
Mon Oct 16 22:16:58 CEST 2017
Okay you can't so be creative:
Subsequent use of an IP tells you its happened.
Plus if you have interim accounting enabled you can 'assume' the session is dead if enough interims are missed. Nothings perfect because RADIUS isn't intended to guarantee data delivery. Obviously there is more chance to see the missed packet if the router will handle retries for a reasonable amount of time but don't bet on it always working.
> On 16 Oct 2017, at 18:19, Imdad Hasan <imdadalikadiwala0 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Respected Alan Sir,
> I use FreeRadius 2.2.6 with Mikrotik Router. Whenever the breake the
> connection between Router and Radius Server and at that time if any user do
> logout than the Radius server not logout that user. So, in this case how
> can i solve the problem for not logout automatically?
> Imdadali Kadiwala
> On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at 10:33 PM, Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com>
>>> On Oct 16, 2017, at 12:49 PM, Imdad Hasan <imdadalikadiwala0 at gmail.com>
>>> Respected All,
>>> I face one problem with freeradius 2.6,
>> 2.1.6? Or 2.2.6?
>>> When the client(Router) not send
>>> any accounting data (Cause of broke the connection between them) than
>>> freeRadius not off that account or in other words not logout that user in
>> That's how RADIUS works.
>>> So, basically how can i off that particular account when data not coming
>>> from client(Router)?
>> Tell the NAS to send accounting data.
>> If the NAS doesn't work, throw it in the garbage, and buy one that does
>> Alan DeKok.
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