On Wed, Jul 07, 1999 at 03:47:52PM +1000, Craig Sanders wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 06, 1999 at 11:23:04AM -0500, Mike McCauley wrote:
> > 3. Counters rolling over is not uncommon. Ciscos roll over at 32 bits,
> > other, I dont know.
> does anyone know of a way of terminating dialin sessions (async or isdn)
> to a cisco as5200 which *doesn't* stop the cisco from sending the radius
> Stop record?
> i thought i'd work around the 32-bit counter by using snmp to monitor
> interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifOutOctets and then using rsh to send a
> "clear line" (async) or "clear int" (isdn) if octets was approaching
> 2GB. i wrote a very ugly perl script to do this and it works...it clears
> the connection.
> nice idea. unfortunately, no Stop record is sent when a connection is
> killed in this way.

I use the SNMP method to clear the interface, that sends a Stop (IOS version

snmpset hostname community . i interface

I have found you can't send a bunch of them at once or it ignores some or all
of the requests, a second sleep is enough.


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