Hello Authur,

The Timestamp attribute is set in each accounting request, with the time of the
session start or stop, so you could add a TIME_STAMP integer column, and add
this to your config:

AcctColumnDef   TIME_STAMP,Timestamp,integer

Hope that helps.


On Jul 6,  4:05pm, Authur Lin wrote:
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I want to log the start/stop time for each session in ACCOUNTING table.
Please tell me how to do it ? (I use MySQL as SQL server)

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        AcctColumnDef   NASIPADDRESS,NAS-IP-Address
        AcctColumnDef   NASPORT,NAS-Port,integer
        AcctColumnDef   NASPORTTYPE,NAS-Port-Type
        AcctColumnDef   USERNAME,User-Name
        AcctColumnDef   CALLEDSTATIONID,Called-Station-Id


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