Disconnect-Request packet

Kevin Bonner keb at pa.net
Tue Aug 2 00:44:56 CEST 2005

On Friday 29 July 2005 13:43, N White wrote:
> I understand this now, and why it would be... as you put it "yuck". Ha
> Ha! Well thanks for answering my question and explaining it to me. Looks
> like some custom scripting for me then. :-) My only problem now is going
> to be figuring out how to send disconnect packets to different types of
> server. Thanks for your help!

Cisco call this a Packet of Disconnect (Death? =) and Ascend Max-TNT's have 
their own radius server running on the NAS to handle disconnect packets 
(though I've found the TNT to have several annoying bugs).  Those are two 
devices I've used to send disconnect packets to.

Kevin Bonner
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