Robert,

If do not specify Session-Timeout in the reply user sessions will not timeout. 
Unless session timeout is set by the NAS.

Rohan

----- Original Message -----
From: "Hugh Irvine" <h...@open.com.au>
To: "Robert Blayzor" <rblayzor.b...@inoc.net>
Cc: radia...@open.com.au
Sent: Monday, June 12, 2017 9:43:11 PM
Subject: Re: [RADIATOR] Session-Timeout = 0

Hi Robert -

I would expect it to mean “unlimited/never expire”, but you are always at the 
mercy of what different vendors might expect.

regards

Hugh


> On 13 Jun 2017, at 00:32, Robert Blayzor <rblayzor.b...@inoc.net> wrote:
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> In regards to passing back a Session-Timeout=0 in a reply attribute.
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> RFC doesn’t specify, but does 0 mean “unlimited/never expire" or would it 
> imply “never”, ie: timeout right away ?
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