Could it be possible to extend PPPoE Error code?
hugh at open.com.au
Mon Mar 26 22:41:44 UTC 2007
Hello Joe -
There is a RADIUS "Reply-Message" reply attribute that can be used to
send any message you wish in an Access-Reject. However the display of
whatever is sent in the "Reply-Message" is up to your NAS equipment
and/or connecting client device. In my experience there are almost no
client devices that actually display the "Reply-Message", but as
On 26 Mar 2007, at 23:50, Joe Shen wrote:
> We provide broadband access by ADSL. The cucurrent
> session number and access port is controled by radius
> server. E.g. an PPPoE account can ONLY be used with a
> designated access port, and current session of that
> account is limited to 3 or 5.
> If a subscriber dials with a username. mismatching
> username and password, illegal access port and
> exceeding current session number reach the same error
> code "691" on subscriber's computer.
> We want to identify the exact reason for customer
> complaint. So, it that possible to extend radius
> server and Broadband Access Server ( Juniper E series)
> to echo different error code for different reason.
> Error code 691 for wrong password
> Error code 851 for wrong access port
> Error code 852 for exceeding limit of concurrent
> session number
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Have you read the reference manual ("doc/ref.html")?
Have you searched the mailing list archive (www.open.com.au/archives/
Have you had a quick look on Google (www.google.com)?
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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