After the next login of course.
The counter alters the session time field that is pass back to the NAS and
hence will terminate the session based on that time.
If you change it whilst the user is online the session variable cannot be
passed back to the NAS to update that session time limit.
Unless of course you are running your own kill scripts.
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Sent: Wednesday, 7 March 2007 12:31 PM
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Subject: 'bout rlm_sqlcounter
Very interesting knowing about rlm_counter and the scripts made; such as
noresetcounter, dailycounter, monthlycounter, etc.
My question, if we do update the values of the above attributes (let say
Max-All-Session attribute) while the user still online (on the session),
will the update take effect directly or only effect untill the next
login / session ?
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