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Example Result

After you have made all the changes described in the previous sections, you can execute the following requests assuming a session exists with a matching Acct-Multi-Session-Id. These requests can be issued by using the command line utility or Web GUI.

First, issue the Query request, then select a session and issue the interceptOn action (CoA-Request). This request sends log information about the session to another device so that the session activity that occurs on one controlled device can be tracked at a different location. Finally, issue the Disconnect-Request to disconnect the session.

hadm@host:~> ./ShowSessions.sh -a================= [1] xxx xxx xx xx:xx:xx (TZ=+00:00) xxxx =================CurrentSessions:+ -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- + (1)CORE          UniqueSessionId: '01020304050000000000000000000000'x                CreationTime: xxxx-xx-xx xx:xx:xx (TZ=+00:00)            ExpirationTime: xxxx-xx-xx xx:xx:xx (TZ=+00:00)                  Ipv4Address: 1.2.3.15                    IpAddrPool: (n u l l)                          NasName: "TESTING-123"                            Status: Active (2)      UserConcurrencyId: (n u l l)                MobileIpType: 3                3gpp2ReqType: 0          WimaxClientType: 1       WimaxAcctFlows: (n u l l)          Ipv6Address: "1100:dbca:abcd:0000:0000:0000:0000:0002"FEATUREOPTIONAL                UserName: "test"              AcctSessionId: "2"        CallingStationId: "8573776"          CalledStationId: (n u l l)RADATTR            WimaxSessionId: "xxxxxxxx:00000000:00000000"    AcctMultiSessionId: "01020304:05000000:00000000"      FunkOuterUserName: "anonymous1234567890@demo.test"PRIVATE+ -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- + (end)root@host:~> ./SessionControl.sh -authuser my_user -authpass my_password -s my_server_name -p 1814 \
–m disconnect \
–a Acct-Multi-Session-Id –v 01020304:05000000:00000000

In the preceding example, the SessionControl.sh command line executes a Disconnect-Request against the user “anonymous1234567890@demo.test” on the RADIUS client “TESTING-123”. The Calling-Station-Id is present in the disconnect message with the exact value that was present in the authentication request, even if it contains nulls.

Modified: 2017-09-27