How to use Freeradius with traffic limit?
paul.bartell at gmail.com
Tue Jun 8 01:16:36 CEST 2010
NAS is nearly analogous to RADIUS client. basically, it depends on the
thing that is talking to Freeradius to say how to configure kicking
someone off in real time.
You could stick a script before authentication happens to check
whether or not a user has exceeded his bandwidth and then either allow
or dont allow them to log on again but that seems like a bad way of
On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 4:00 PM, RaidenII <tonytzhou at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am not using a NAS actually. It is an ordinary x86 server.
> Alan DeKok-2 wrote:
>> That is usually the function of the NAS.
>> In 2.1.9, you can configure a CoA packet in the server, *if* the NAS
>> supports CoA. i.e. check for limit in the "accounting" section, and
>> send a CoA packet to disconnect them if so.
>> See the NAS documentation for how to limit total traffic. It usually
>> *isn't* those two attributes.
>> Alan DeKok.
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