(RADIATOR) Is there any way to disconnect connected users in CiscoAS5300
hugh at open.com.au
Sat Feb 14 00:24:34 CST 2004
Hello Ganbold -
In later Cisco IOS releases you can use the Radius Disconnect-Request
(Packet of Disconnect) for this purpose.
You can use "radpwtst" to generate a Radius Disconnect-Request.
Note that the Cisco acts as a radius _server_ for this and you need to
use "radpwtst" as the _client_.
This topic has been discussed on the list, so check the archive:
Alternatively you can write a script that will log in to the router and
perform a "clear int ....".
On 14 Feb 2004, at 16:41, Ganbold wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using Radiator 3.8 and I have trouble disconnecting forcefully
> connected users in CiscoAS5300.
> I looked over Cisco web site and didn't find anything. We have small
> web interface where we can see the online users.
> However we need to disconnect some connected users from that web
> interface or remotely. Is there anyway to dot it remotely?
> I hope somebody in this list point me to the right direction.
> thanks in advance,
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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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