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    RADIUS IETF Attributes Supported for Subscriber AAA Access Messages

    Table 1 lists the Access-Request, Access-Accept, Access-Reject, Access-Challenge, COA, and Disconnect-Request attributes supported by JunosE Software. The following notes are referenced in Table 1:

    1. Attribute is used by Access-Request messages when terminating a PPP connection at the LNS or the initiating LAC.
    2. Attribute is used to support pass-through exchange of EAP messages.
    3. Attribute is used by Access-Challenge messages to set the PPP retransmission timeout used for EAP request packets.

    Table 1 lists the RADIUS IETF attributes supported for Access-Request, Access-Accept, Access-Reject, COA-Request, and Disconnect-Request messages.

    Table 1: AAA Access Message RADIUS IETF Attributes Supported

    Attribute Number

    Attribute Name

    Access- Request

    Access- Accept

    Access- Reject

    Access-
    Challenge

    COA-
    Request

    Disconnect-
    Request

    [1]

    User-Name

    [2]

    User-Password

    [3]

    CHAP-Password

    [4]

    NAS-IP-Address

    [5]

    NAS-Port

    [6]

    Service-Type

    [7]

    Framed-Protocol

    [8]

    Framed-IP-Address

    [9]

    Framed-IP-Netmask

    [11]

    Filter-Id

    [12]

    Framed-MTU
    (See Note 2.)

    [18]

    Reply-Message
    (See Note 2.)

    [22]

    Framed-Route

    [24]

    State
    (See Note 2.)

    [25]

    Class

    [27]

    Session-Timeout
    (See Note 2.)

    (See Note 3.)

    [28]

    Idle-Timeout

    [30]

    Called-Station-Id

    [31]

    Calling-Station-Id

    [32]

    NAS-Identifier

    [33]

    Proxy-State

    [44]

    Acct-Session-Id

    [50]

    Acct-Multi-Session-Id

    [60]

    CHAP-Challenge

    [61]

    NAS-Port-Type

    [62]

    Port-Limit

    [64]

    Tunnel-Type
    (See Note 1.)

    [65]

    Tunnel-Medium-Type
    (See Note 1.)

    [66]

    Tunnel-Client-Endpoint
    (See Note 1.)

    [67]

    Tunnel-Server-Endpoint
    (See Note 1.)

    [68]

    Acct-Tunnel-Connection
    (See Note 1.)

    [69]

    Tunnel-Password

    [77]

    Connect-Info

    [79]

    EAP-Message
    (See Note 2.)

    [80]

    Message-Authenticator
    (See Note 2.)

    [82]

    Tunnel-Assignment-Id

    [83]

    Tunnel-Preference

    [85]

    Acct-Interim-Interval

    [87]

    NAS-Port-Id

    [88]

    Framed-Pool

    [90]

    Tunnel-Client-Auth-Id
    (See Note 1.)

    [91]

    Tunnel-Server-Auth-Id
    (See Note 1.)

    [96]

    Framed-Interface-Id

    [97]

    Framed-Ipv6-Prefix

    [99]

    Framed-Ipv6-Route

    [100]

    Framed-IPv6-Pool

    [101]

    Error-Cause

    [123]

    Delegated-IPv6-Prefix

    [135]

    Ascend-Primary-Dns

    [136]

    Ascend-Secondary-Dns

    [144]

    DS-Lite-Tunnel-Name

    [188]

    Ascend-Num-In-Multilink

    [242]

    Ascend-Data-Filter

    Published: 2014-08-20