(RADIATOR) MaxSessions incorrect
hugh at open.com.au
Thu Dec 4 16:22:21 CST 2003
Hello Rodolfo -
If you specify "Simultaneous-Use" as a check item that Radiator is
configured to use, it will give the sort of error you see if the number
of sessions is exceeded according to the Radiator session database.
You haven't included your configuration file so I can't say for sure,
but if you don't want Radiator to do simultaneous use checking at all
you can specify a NULL session database:
On 05/12/2003, at 3:00 AM, Rodolfo Torrado López wrote:
> Hi there.
> I have the following case:
> I'm using a SQL server stored procedure in order to check the max
> sessions for users.
> Every user have a profile radius defined in my DB. In this profile I
> define the attribue "Simultaneous-Use".
> Each time that the user try to log on, I verify, using some tables in
> my database, if the user have exceded his max simultaneous use value.
> In this case I return an error to the RAS and the access for this user
> is denied. This work fine.
> I don't have difined parameters like MaxSessions or
> DefaultSimultaneousUse for any realm in my config file, but some times
> I get the following error:
> 11/4/2003 7:55:25 PM Access rejected formyuser at enred.com: MaxSessions
> How can I tell to Radiator that don't verify the MaxSessions for my
> Until now, my unique solution is restart the service or use radpwtst
> Rodolfo Torrado
NB: have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?
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