Disconnect Request, POD question, voip call session kill
ganbold at micom.mng.net
Fri Mar 4 04:45:12 EST 2005
I have problem using disconnect request for Cisco AS5300. I'm using
Radiator-3.8 radius server.
I use utility radpwtst to send disconnect-request directly to NAS but it
Is there anybody who solved this problem before?
Is there anybody who successfully used POD and Disconnect-request in Cisco
What kind of attribute combination should I send to NAS?
What is Cisco IOS version known to work with disconnect-request?
Actually I tested disconnect request on Dial-UP Cisco NAS server and it
works just fine.
But it is NOT working on VoIP.
We are trying to implement this feature in VoIP application.
I appreciate very much if somebody can share its experience.
I tried with Session id attribute and no result. I even tried with
h-323-conf-id, h323-call-origin attributes, but didn't succeed.
Cisco AS5300 configuration:
aaa pod server auth-type any server-key xxx
Following is the debug output:
#debug aaa pod
#AAA POD packet processing debugging is on
Apr 8 00:23:47.933: POD: x.x.x.x request queued
Apr 8 00:23:47.933: POD: x.x.x.x user 37255740 0.0.0.0 sessid 0x0 key 0x0
Apr 8 00:23:47.933: POD: Line User IDB Session Id Key
Apr 8 00:23:47.933: POD: Sending NAK to x.x.x.x/50158
Cisco IOS version is :
Cisco Internetwork Operating System SoftwareIOS (tm) 5300 Software
(C5300-IS-M), Experimental Version 12.2(20020211:190758)
Debug log says request queued and sends NAK. What should I do? Can somebody
give me an advice/recommendation?
Is there any solution?
I looked through Cisco web site and didn't find the solution.
If POD doesn't work, is there any other way I can kill the particular VoIP
call on Cisco AS5300?
I hope somebody in this list can help me to solve this problem.
thanks in advance,
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