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ACS 2.6 - defining interesting traffic using per user profiles

We face a strange scenario with a VPDN setup. We hold an ACS v2.6 and a c3660 router at the end-point.

We need to activate a method to define the "interesting traffic" that will reset the idle-timeout.

Let's assume that a remote-user sees A and B.

When he checks A, the idle-timeout should be refreshed.

When he checks B, the idle-timeout should start counting.

We have been looking into the NAS attributes and any other hint that would make the trick for us.

I have been looking over this and I have got some suggestions. I would like to summarize them in the following bullets:

1) Is this feasible - defining interesting traffic on VPDN implementations - using RPM ?

Are there any working configurations / implementations to simplify our job, or shall we do this from scratch ?

Btw, if you wish have a look at the following url. It includes every possible scenario.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/access/acs_soft/rpms/rpms_1-0/rpms_sol/cfg_isp.htm

2) Is there any use of "ppp timeout idle" or other CISCO IOS such commands in order to restricting the timeout threshold using per user acls on virtual profiles ?

3) Would Data-filter and Call-filter attributes on NAS make the trick for us ?

Any help would be much appreciated!

Brgrds,

Yorgos

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Re: ACS 2.6 - defining interesting traffic using per user profil

There was a new feature introduced in later 12.2T code that might be what you're looking for. Take a look at this link:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/iosw/iore/iomjv122/prodlit/1363_pp.htm#10713

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