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Dial-in Server: Time Restriction for Dial-in Users

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How to setup a Dial-in Server and setup a time restriction for user's login session?

Thank you very much.
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Question by:akit
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by:MindBender
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akit, This is really dependent upon the type of equipment your using. Normally these options can be set within your
Radius or your Remote Access Server (RAS).

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by:akit
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Hi,
I'm using 56K modem over the PSTN system. Currently, the connection is established by mgetty and pppd.
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by:MindBender
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akit, Thats pretty vague. Is this that your wanting to extend your connection time to your ISP and avoid time outs? or is this that you want people to connect to your services and be able to limit and controll there connected time?

From your initial question it seems as if your wanting to know how to setup dial in access to services that you want to provide to end users.

Can you elibrate on what your actually trying to do, it
would help in trying to provide you with a correct answer.

MindBender
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by:akit
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Hi MindBender,

> or is this that you want people to connect to your
> services and be able to limit and controll
> their connected time?

This is my case and currently the "dial-in server" is running (mgetty & pppd) but I can't control the time access limit of the dial-in users.

Please advise. Thanks.
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akit, You might want to check out.... http://www.freeradius.org/
Radius allows you to have controll over connected sessions.

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