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rfc 3576 disconnect-message results in error 402 missing-attribute on 4400

I'm trying to send a disconnect-message to a 4400 but it replies with a NAK everytime with missing-attribute as the error.

So what are the required attributes the 4400 want? I've looked in the rfc and tried to include every attribute I can think of.

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Re: rfc 3576 disconnect-message results in error 402 missing-att

Can you send the Missing-attribute error completely?

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Re: rfc 3576 disconnect-message results in error 402 missing-att

From ethereal

AVP: l=6 t=Error-Cause(101): Missing-Attribute(402)

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Re: rfc 3576 disconnect-message results in error 402 missing-att

And this is the error reported in the WLC if debug is enabled(only had User-Name attribute in this example):

Mon Mar 5 12:54:37 2007: Packet contains 1 AVPs:

Mon Mar 5 12:54:37 2007: AVP[01] User-Name................................USERNAME (7 bytes)

Mon Mar 5 12:54:37 2007: Error cause 402 generated for 'RFC-3576 Disconnect-Request' from X.X.X.X (Session Identification attributes not valid)

Mon Mar 5 12:54:37 2007: Sent a 'RFC-3576 Disconnect-Nak' to X.X.X.X:1812

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