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Re: IP Accounting and 2.4

And if you want an accounting system to go with Portslave or just plain 
pppd's you can use ACUA, http://acua.ebbs.com.au/

Robert Davidson.

On Wed, Jul 04, 2001 at 02:52:50PM +0200, Russell Coker wrote:
> On Wed, 4 Jul 2001 00:44, Chad C. Walstrom wrote:
> > OK.  New job, new problems.  Whereas I used to be able to ignore
> > systems administration and networking, it's now my focus.  Our ISP
> > wants to be able to record IP traffic and bandwidth useage for each of
> > its users, a common need amongst ISP's.
> How do customers connect to you?  If they are using any decent terminal 
> server device then it should send accounting packets to the RADIUS server 
> that list the number of bytes and packets sent and received.
> If they connect via a Linux terminal server then if you use the latest 
> version of my Portslave package (which isn't in Debian yet because I 
> haven't fixed all the bugs) then it'll log bytes (logging packets 
> requires changes to pppd).
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