Setting different IDLE-TIMEOUTS based on IP Address

John Giordano john.giordano at
Wed Apr 17 20:01:47 CEST 2013

Ok... I feel as though I am trying to solve a riddle here.

I thought that may be the case but!  

I removed the IDLE-TIMEOUT entry from my user stanza and the NAS then rejected me.... I think that was because no IDLE-TIMEOUT was being sent at all from the server to the client....


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Subject: Re: Setting different IDLE-TIMEOUTS based on IP Address


> STDOUT shows that I am being handed the IDLE-TIMEOUT of 1800 even 
> though I am coming from the LAB Node with IP of The user (me) does have an IDLE-TIMEOUT set in my user section of 1800 but I thought the above lines would set it and because the IDLE-TIMEOUT in my user section is using the = operator.

yes...AFTER the huntgroup stuff you've you say, you added that new stuff at the top of the users file... what comes later overrides

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