[isf-wifidog] Network max connection duration not working for me
AVenson at drs-tsi.com
Lun 27 Juil 16:19:27 EDT 2009
I am still not seeing data in the "Expiration_date" field in the "Connection Table" when a user connects. The Token ARCH page reads as follows;
When a connection is established, the values in the token_templates table are used, along with eventual network policies (maximum monthly data transfer, maximum connection time) or node policies (opening hours) to calculate max_data_transfer and expiration_date in the connection table. This calculation is expensive, but once done, all the auth server has to do is validate max_data_transfer and expiration_date which is practically free.
How do the values I put in the abuse settings get inserted into the token_templates table??
From: Benoit Grégoire [mailto:benoitg at coeus.ca]
Sent: Thursday, July 16, 2009 7:41 PM
To: wifidog at listes.ilesansfil.org
Cc: Venson, Aaron
Subject: Re: [isf-wifidog] Network max connection duration not working for me
On July 16, 2009, Venson, Aaron wrote:
> We have set all the abuse settings and set the "Network max connection
> duration" to 01:00:00. The end-user doesn't get kicked off after 1 hour.
> Also I do not see a "Expiration date" in the connection table for the
> session of the user.
What's the duration of your abuse control window?
Actually, in Network management, add a UIAllowedBandwidth content on the
portal page in main_area_top, log in with your test user and post the summary
at the top of the portal page.
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