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RADIUS Vendor-Specific Attributes
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RADIUS Vendor-Specific Attributes

Last Updated: May 4, 2012

The table below lists the supported vendor-specific options (subtype numbers from 3 through 21) that use IETF RADIUS attribute 26 and the Cisco vendor-ID company code of 9. These attributes are used with store-and-forward fax.

For more information, refer to the RADIUS Vendor-Specific Attributes appendix of theCisco IOS Security Configuration Guide.

Table 1 RADIUS Vendor-Specific Attributes

Subtype Number

Attribute

Description

3

Cisco-Fax-Account-Id-Origin

Account ID origin as defined by the system administrator for the mmoip aaa receive-id or mmoip aaa send-id command.

4

Cisco-Fax-Msg-Id=

Unique fax message identification number assigned by store-and-forward fax.

5

Cisco-Fax-Pages

Number of pages sent or received during a fax session including cover pages.

6

Cisco-Fax-Coverpage-Flag

True/false flag that indicates whether a cover page was generated by the off-ramp gateway for this fax session. True indicates that a cover page was generated, and false indicates that a cover page was not generated.

7

Cisco-Fax-Modem-Time

Number of seconds it takes to send fax data (x) and to complete the entire fax session (y), which includes both fax-mail and PSTN time, in the form x/y. For example, 10/15 means that the transfer time took 10 seconds and that the full fax session took 15 seconds.

8

Cisco-Fax-Connect-Speed

Modem speed at which this fax mail was initially sent or received. Possible values are 1200, 4800, 9600, and 14400.

9

Cisco-Fax-Recipient-Count

Number of recipients for this fax transmission. Until e-mail servers support session mode, the number should be 1.

10

Cisco-Fax-Process-Abort-Flag

True/false flag that indicates whether the fax session was aborted or successful. True indicates that the session was aborted, and false indicates that the session was successful.

11

Cisco-Fax-Dsn-Address

Address to which DSNs are sent.

12

Cisco-Fax-Dsn-Flag

True/false flag to indicate whether DSN is enabled. True indicates that DSN is enabled, and false indicates that DSN is not enabled.

13

Cisco-Fax-Mdn-Address

Address to which MDNs are sent.

14

Cisco-Fax-Mdn-Flag

True/Flash flag to indicate whether MDN is enabled. True indicates that MDN is enabled, and false indicates that MDN is not enabled.

15

Cisco-Fax-Auth-Status

Indicates whether or not authentication for this fax session was successful. Possible values for this field are success, failed, bypassed, or unknown.

16

Cisco-Email-Server-Address

IP address of the e-mail server handling the on-ramp fax-mail message.

17

Cisco-Email-Server-Ack-Flag

Indicates that the on-ramp gateway has received a positive acknowledgment from the e-mail server accepting the fax-mail message.

18

Cisco-Gateway-Id

Name of the gateway that processed the fax session. The name appears in the following format: hostname.domain-name.

19

Cisco-Call-Type

Type of call activity: fax receive or fax send.

20

Cisco-Port-Used

Slot/port number used to send or receive this fax mail.

21

Cisco-Abort-Cause

If the fax session aborts, indicates the system component that signaled the abort. Examples of system components that could trigger an abort are FAP (Fax Application Process), TIFF (the TIFF reader or the TIFF writer), fax-mail client, fax-mail server, ESMTP client, or ESMTP server.

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