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    RADIUS IETF Attributes Supported for Subscriber AAA Accounting Messages

    Table 1 lists the RADIUS IETF attributes supported for Acct-Start, Acct-Stop, Interim-Acct, Acct-On, and Acct-Off messages.

    The following notes are referred to in Table 1:

    1. The attribute is used when terminating a PPP connection at the LNS or the initiating LAC.
    2. For this attribute to be included, an IP address must be assigned to the subscriber.
    3. The attribute is not included in Acct-Stop messages that are sent when a user session does not get established in one of the following situations.
      • The aaa accounting acct-stop on-access-deny command is enabled and the authentication server sends an Access-Reject (deny) message.
      • The aaa accounting acct-stop on-aaa-failure command is enabled and the authentication server issues an Access-Accept message (grant), but the AAA configuration denies access for the user. The aaa accounting acct-stop on-aaa-failure is enabled by default.
      • The aaa accounting acct-stop on-aaa-failure command is enabled and the user terminates before AAA receives the authentication response from the authentication server.
    4. For this attribute to be included, an IPv6 interface ID must be assigned to the subscriber.
    5. For this attribute to be included, at least one IPv6 prefix must be assigned to the subscriber.

      Table 1: AAA Accounting Message RADIUS IETF Attributes Supported

      Attribute Number

      Attribute Name

      Acct-Start

      Acct-Stop

      Interim-Acct

      Acct-On

      Acct-Off

      [1]

      User-Name

      [4]

      NAS-IP-Address

      [5]

      NAS-Port

      [6]

      Service-Type

      [7]

      Framed-Protocol
      (See Note 3.)

      [8]

      Framed-IP-Address
      (See Note 2.)

      [9]

      Framed-IP-Netmask

      [13]

      Framed-Compression
      (See Note 3.)

      [22]

      Framed-Route

      [25]

      Class

      [30]

      Called-Station-Id

      [31]

      Calling-Station-Id

      [32]

      NAS-Identifier

      [40]

      Acct-Status-Type

      [41]

      Acct-Delay-Time

      [42]

      Acct-Input-Octets

      [43]

      Acct-Output-Octets

      [44]

      Acct-Session-Id

      [45]

      Acct-Authentic

      [46]

      Acct-Session-Time

      [47]

      Acct-Input-Packets

      [48]

      Acct-Output-Packets

      [49]

      Acct-Terminate-Cause

      [50]

      Acct-Multi-Session-Id
      (See Note 3.)

      [51]

      Acct-Link-Count
      (See Note 3.)

      [52]

      Acct-Input-Gigawords

      [53]

      Acct-Output-Gigawords

      [55]

      Event-Timestamp

      [61]

      NAS-Port-Type

      [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.)

      [77]

      Connect-Info

      [82]

      Tunnel-Assignment-Id (LAC only)
      (See Note 1.)

      [83]

      Tunnel-Preference (LAC only)

      [87]

      NAS-Port-Id

      [90]

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

      [91]

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

      [96]

      Framed-Interface-Id
      (See Note 1.)

      [97]

      Framed-Ipv6-Prefix
      (See Note 5.)

      [99]

      Framed-IPv6-Route

      [100]

      Framed-IPv6-Pool

      [123]

      Delegated-Ipv6-Prefix

      [144]

      DS-Lite-Tunnel-Name

      [188]

      Ascend-Num-In-Multilink
      (See Note 3.)

    Published: 2014-08-20