Archive for the 'Cisco' Category

 

 

May 30 2009

Daily Accounting in Freeradius

Published by under Cisco,Freeradius

We have seen a few posts on Freeradius user list and other forums asking how to collect accounting periodically. The Radius protocol provides accounting but not in the way that many would like. Here’s a short list of things we would like to modify or improve: Traffic is not collected at regular intervalsAs a result, […]

33 responses so far

Apr 27 2009

Initiate VPN connection on PIX

Published by under Cisco

Having set up VPN parameters on two Cisco PIX, you need to generate a traffic flow from a network to another to bring the connection up. This can be annoying if want to make sure the tunnel is active before you connect the network.   Let’s take 2 sub-networks 192.168.2.0/24 and 192.168.3.0/24. Once VPN connections […]

No responses yet

Aug 01 2007

Gigawords Support in Radius

Published by under Cisco,Freeradius

Many people using Radius for accounting don’t know there are counters limits. Values defined in the protocol are stored in 32 bit fields meaning you will never go any higher than 4294967296 bits, that is fairly more than 4GB. If a session stays up for days, there are good chances that the counter resets to […]

9 responses so far

Sep 26 2006

Radius Packet of Disconnect

Published by under Cisco,Freeradius

Our goal here is to reset automatically a customer for whom Radius settings have changed. This is useful after putting him on restriction or cutting him off in case of extensive usage. We are surprised to find very little information about “Packet Of Disconnect” when we type Radius in a search engine. We wrote a […]

2 responses so far

« Prev