(RADIATOR) Wi-fi and radiator
mikem at open.com.au
Mon Jun 2 18:28:43 CDT 2003
You should use the Session-Timeout reply item to control the max time of
sessions. The value is the maximumnumber of seconds for the session.
On Tue, 3 Jun 2003 03:23 am, Mauricio Rocael García Ocaña wrote:
> I try, eap,md5-challenge and now is work, by need know how hang-up my
> sessions, something
> o how in the config radius put one line,
> max = session-time 10min.
> thanks for all
> Bon, I am new for the wi-fi, by the devices for the network are:
> 1 access point cisco 1200
> 1 ultra 10 with solaris/ in this momento un windows 2000server
> 2 client (1 lapto and un desktop ibm()
> with sistem windows xp, and cards (robotics and microsoft usb)
> This function good
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