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TACACS+ Attribute-Value Pairs

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TACACS+ Attribute-Value Pairs

Information About TACACS+ Attribute-Value Pairs

TACACS+ Authentication and Authorization AV Pairs

TACACS+ Accounting AV Pairs


TACACS+ Attribute-Value Pairs


First Published: August 13, 2010
Last Updated: August 13, 2010

Terminal Access Controller Access Control System Plus (TACACS+) attribute-value (AV) pairs are used to define specific authentication, authorization, and accounting elements in a user profile that is stored on the TACACS+ daemon. This chapter lists the TACACS+ AV pairs currently supported.

Information About TACACS+ Attribute-Value Pairs

TACACS+ Authentication and Authorization AV Pairs

TACACS+ Accounting AV Pairs

TACACS+ Authentication and Authorization AV Pairs

Table 1 lists and describes the supported TACACS+ authentication and authorization AV pairs and specifies the Cisco IOS release in which they are implemented.

Table 1 Supported TACACS+ Authentication and Authorization AV Pairs 

Attribute
Description
IOS XE 2.1

acl=x

ASCII number representing a connection access list. Used only when service=shell.

yes

addr=x

A network address. Used with service=slip, service=ppp, and protocol=ip. Contains the IP address that the remote host should use when connecting via SLIP or PPP/IP. For example, addr=10.2.3.4.

yes

addr-pool=x

Specifies the name of a local pool from which to get the address of the remote host. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip.

Note that addr-pool works in conjunction with local pooling. It specifies the name of a local pool (which must be preconfigured on the network access server). Use the ip-local pool command to declare local pools. For example:

ip address-pool local

ip local pool boo 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.10

ip local pool moo 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.20

You can then use TACACS+ to return addr-pool=boo or addr-pool=moo to indicate the address pool from which you want to get this remote node's address.

yes

autocmd=x

Specifies an autocommand to be executed at EXEC startup (for example, autocmd=telnet example.com). Used only with service=shell.

yes

callback-
dialstring

Sets the telephone number for a callback (for example: callback-dialstring=
408-555-1212). Value is NULL, or a dial-string. A NULL value indicates that the service might choose to get the dial string through other means. Used with service=arap, service=slip, service=ppp, service=shell. Not valid for ISDN.

yes

callback-line

The number of a TTY line to use for callback (for example: callback-line=4). Used with service=arap, service=slip, service=ppp, service=shell. Not valid for ISDN.

yes

callback-rotary

The number of a rotary group (between 0 and 100 inclusive) to use for callback (for example: callback-rotary=34). Used with service=arap, service=slip, service=ppp, service=shell. Not valid for ISDN.

yes

cmd-arg=x

An argument to a shell (EXEC) command. This indicates an argument for the shell command that is to be run. Multiple cmd-arg attributes can be specified, and they are order dependent.

Note This TACACS+ AV pair cannot be used with RADIUS attribute 26.

 

yes

cmd=x

A shell (EXEC) command. This indicates the command name for a shell command that is to be run. This attribute must be specified if service equals "shell." A NULL value indicates that the shell itself is being referred to.

Note This TACACS+ AV pair cannot be used with RADIUS attribute 26.

 

yes

data-service

Used with the service=outbound and protocol=ip.

yes

dial-number

Defines the number to dial. Used with the service=outbound and protocol=ip.

yes

dns-servers=

Identifies a DNS server (primary or secondary) that can be requested by Microsoft PPP clients from the network access server during IPCP negotiation. To be used with service=ppp and protocol=ip. The IP address identifying each DNS server is entered in dotted decimal format.

yes

force-56

Determines whether the network access server uses only the 56 K portion of a channel, even when all 64 K appear to be available. To turn on this attribute, use the "true" value (force-56=true). Any other value is treated as false. Used with the service=outbound and protocol=ip.

yes

gw-password

Specifies the password for the home gateway during the L2TP tunnel authentication. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

idletime=x

Sets a value, in minutes, after which an idle session is terminated. A value of zero indicates no timeout.

yes

inacl#<n>

ASCII access list identifier for an input access list to be installed and applied to an interface for the duration of the current connection. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip, and service service=ppp and protocol =ipx. Per-user access lists do not currently work with ISDN interfaces.

yes

inacl=x

ASCII identifier for an interface input access list. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip. Per-user access lists do not currently work with ISDN interfaces.

yes

interface-config#<n>

Specifies user-specific AAA interface configuration information with Virtual Profiles. The information that follows the equal sign (=) can be any Cisco IOS interface configuration command. Multiple instances of the attributes are allowed, but each instance must have a unique number. Used with service=ppp and protocol=lcp.

Note This attribute replaces the "interface-config=" attribute.

yes

ip-addresses

Space-separated list of possible IP addresses that can be used for the end-point of a tunnel. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-busy-
disconnect

If a vpdn-group on an LNS uses a virtual-template that is configured to be pre-cloned, this attribute will control the disposition of a new L2TP session that finds no pre-cloned interface to which to connect. If the attribute is true (the default), the session will be disconnected by the LNS. Otherwise, a new interface will be cloned from the virtual-template. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-cm-local-
window-size

Specifies the maximum receive window size for L2TP control messages. This value is advertised to the peer during tunnel establishment. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-drop-out-of-
order

Respects sequence numbers on data packets by dropping those that are received out of order. This does not ensure that sequence numbers will be sent on data packets, just how to handle them if they are received. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-hello-
interval

Specifies the number of seconds for the hello keepalive interval. Hello packets are sent when no data has been sent on a tunnel for the number of seconds configured here. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-hidden-avp

When enabled, sensitive AVPs in L2TP control messages are scrambled or hidden. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-nosession-
timeout

Specifies the number of seconds that a tunnel will stay active with no sessions before timing out and shutting down. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-tos-reflect

Copies the IP ToS field from the IP header of each payload packet to the IP header of the tunnel packet for packets entering the tunnel at the LNS. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-tunnel-
authen

If this attribute is set, it performs L2TP tunnel authentication. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-tunnel-
password

Shared secret used for L2TP tunnel authentication and AVP hiding. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

l2tp-udp-
checksum

This is an authorization attribute and defines whether L2TP should perform UDP checksums for data packets. Valid values are "yes" and "no." The default is no. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

link-
compression=

Defines whether to turn on or turn off "stac" compression over a PPP link. Used with service=ppp.

Link compression is defined as a numeric value as follows:

0: None

1: Stac

2: Stac-Draft-9

3: MS-Stac

yes

load-threshold=
<n>

Sets the load threshold for the caller at which additional links are either added to or deleted from the multilink bundle. If the load goes above the specified value, additional links are added. If the load goes below the specified value, links are deleted. Used with service=ppp and protocol=multilink. The range for <n> is from 1 to 255.

yes

map-class

Allows the user profile to reference information configured in a map class of the same name on the network access server that dials out. Used with the service=outbound and protocol=ip.

yes

max-links=<n>

Restricts the number of links that a user can have in a multilink bundle. Used with service=ppp and protocol=multilink. The range for <n> is from 1 to 255.

yes

min-links

Sets the minimum number of links for MLP. Used with service=ppp and protocol=multilink, protocol=vpdn.

yes

nas-password

Specifies the password for the network access server during the L2TP tunnel authentication. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

nocallback-verify

Indicates that no callback verification is required. The only valid value for this parameter is 1 (for example, nocallback-verify=1). Used with service=arap, service=slip, service=ppp, service=shell. There is no authentication on callback. Not valid for ISDN.

yes

noescape=x

Prevents user from using an escape character. Used with service=shell. Can be either true or false (for example, noescape=true).

yes

nohangup=x

Used with service=shell. Specifies the nohangup option, which means that after an EXEC shell is terminated, the user is presented with another login (username) prompt. Can be either true or false (for example, nohangup=false).

yes

old-prompts

Allows providers to make the prompts in TACACS+ appear identical to those of earlier systems (TACACS and Extended TACACS). This allows administrators to upgrade from TACACS or Extended TACACS to TACACS+ transparently to users.

yes

outacl#<n>

ASCII access list identifier for an interface output access list to be installed and applied to an interface for the duration of the current condition. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip, and service service=ppp and protocol=ipx. Per-user access lists do not currently work with ISDN interfaces.

yes

outacl=x

ASCII identifier for an interface output access list. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip, and service service=ppp and protocol=ipx. Contains an IP output access list for SLIP or PPP/IP (for example, outacl=4). The access list itself must be preconfigured on the router. Per-user access lists do not currently work with ISDN interfaces.

yes

pool-def#<n>

Defines IP address pools on the network access server. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip.

yes

pool-timeout=

Defines (in conjunction with pool-def) IP address pools on the network access server. During IPCP address negotiation, if an IP pool name is specified for a user (see the addr-pool attribute), a check is made to see if the named pool is defined on the network access server. If it is, the pool is consulted for an IP address. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip.

yes

port-type

Indicates the type of physical port the network access server is using to authenticate the user.

Physical ports are indicated by a numeric value as follows:

0: Asynchronous

1: Synchronous

2: ISDN-Synchronous

3: ISDN-Asynchronous (V.120)

4: ISDN- Asynchronous (V.110)

5: Virtual

Used with service=any and protocol=aaa.

yes

ppp-vj-slot-
compression

Instructs the Cisco router not to use slot compression when sending VJ-compressed packets over a PPP link.

yes

priv-lvl=x

Privilege level to be assigned for the EXEC. Used with service=shell. Privilege levels range from 0 to 15, with 15 being the highest.

yes

protocol=x

A protocol that is a subset of a service. An example would be any PPP NCP. Currently known values are lcp, ip, ipx, atalk, vines, lat, xremote, tn3270, telnet, rlogin, pad, vpdn, osicp, deccp, ccp, cdp, bridging, xns, nbf, bap, multilink, and unknown.

yes

proxyacl#<n>

Allows users to configure the downloadable user profiles (dynamic ACLs) by using the authentication proxy feature so that users can have the configured authorization to permit traffic going through the configured interfaces. Used with the service=shell and protocol=exec.

yes

route

Specifies a route to be applied to an interface. Used with service=slip, service=ppp, and protocol=ip.

During network authorization, the route attribute can be used to specify a per-user static route, to be installed by TACACS+ as follows:

route="dst_address mask [gateway]"

This indicates a temporary static route that is to be applied. The dst_address, mask, and gateway are expected to be in the usual dotted-decimal notation, with the same meanings as in the familiar ip route configuration command on a network access server.

If gateway is omitted, the peer's address is the gateway. The route is expunged when the connection terminates.

yes

route#<n>

Like the route AV pair, this specifies a route to be applied to an interface, but these routes are numbered, allowing multiple routes to be applied. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip, and service=ppp and protocol=ipx.

yes

routing=x

Specifies whether routing information is to be propagated to and accepted from this interface. Used with service=slip, service=ppp, and protocol=ip. Equivalent in function to the /routing flag in SLIP and PPP commands. Can either be true or false (for example, routing=true).

yes

rte-fltr-in#<n>

Specifies an input access list definition to be installed and applied to routing updates on the current interface for the duration of the current connection. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip, and with service=ppp and protocol=ipx.

yes

rte-fltr-out#<n>

Specifies an output access list definition to be installed and applied to routing updates on the current interface for the duration of the current connection. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip, and with service=ppp and protocol=ipx.

yes

sap#<n>

Specifies static Service Advertising Protocol (SAP) entries to be installed for the duration of a connection. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ipx.

yes

sap-fltr-in#<n>

Specifies an input SAP filter access list definition to be installed and applied on the current interface for the duration of the current connection. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ipx.

yes

sap-fltr-out#<n>

Specifies an output SAP filter access list definition to be installed and applied on the current interface for the duration of the current connection. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ipx.

yes

send-auth

Defines the protocol to use (PAP or CHAP) for username-password authentication following CLID authentication. Used with service=any and protocol=aaa.

yes

send-secret

Specifies the password that the NAS needs to respond to a chap/pap request from the remote end of a connection on an outgoing call. Used with service=ppp and protocol=ip.

yes

service=x

The primary service. Specifying a service attribute indicates that this is a request for authorization or accounting of that service. Current values are slip, ppp, arap, shell, tty-daemon, connection, and system. This attribute must always be included.

yes

source-ip=x

Used as the source IP address of all VPDN packets generated as part of a VPDN tunnel. This is equivalent to the Cisco vpdn outgoing global configuration command.

yes

spi

Carries the authentication information needed by the home agent to authenticate a mobile node during registration. The information is in the same syntax as the ip mobile secure host <addr> configuration command. Basically it contains the rest of the configuration command that follows that string, verbatim. It provides the Security Parameter Index (SPI), key, authentication algorithm, authentication mode, and replay protection timestamp range. Used with the service=mobileip and protocol=ip.

yes

timeout=x

The number of minutes before an EXEC or ARA session disconnects (for example, timeout=60). A value of zero indicates no timeout. Used with service=arap.

yes

tunnel-id

Specifies the username that will be used to authenticate the tunnel over which the individual user MID will be projected. This is analogous to the remote name in the vpdn outgoing command. Used with service=ppp and protocol=vpdn.

yes

wins-servers=

Identifies a Windows NT server that can be requested by Microsoft PPP clients from the network access server during IPCP negotiation. To be used with service=ppp and protocol=ip. The IP address identifying each Windows NT server is entered in dotted decimal format.

yes

zonelist=x

A numeric zonelist value. Used with service=arap. Specifies an AppleTalk zonelist for ARA (for example, zonelist=5).

yes


For more information about configuring TACACS+, refer to the chapter "Configuring TACACS+." For more information about configuring TACACS+ authentication and authorization, refer to the chapters "Configuring Authentication" and "Configuring Authorization."

TACACS+ Accounting AV Pairs

Table 2 lists and describes the supported TACACS+ accounting AV pairs and specifies the Cisco IOS XE release in which they are implemented.

Table 2 Supported TACACS+ Accounting AV Pairs 

Attribute
Description
IOS XE 2.1

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.

yes

bytes_in

The number of input bytes transferred during this connection.

yes

bytes_out

The number of output bytes transferred during this connection.

yes

Call-Type

Describes the type of fax activity: fax receive or fax send.

yes

cmd

The command the user executed.

yes

data-rate

This AV pair has been renamed. See nas-rx-speed.

 

disc-cause

Specifies the reason a connection was taken off-line. The Disconnect-Cause attribute is sent in accounting-stop records. This attribute also causes stop records to be generated without first generating start records if disconnection occurs before authentication is performed. Refer to Table 3 for a list of Disconnect-Cause values and their meanings.

yes

disc-cause-ext

Extends the disc-cause attribute to support vendor-specific reasons why a connection was taken off-line.

yes

elapsed_time

The elapsed time in seconds for the action. Useful when the device does not keep real time.

yes

Email-Server-
Address

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

yes

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.

yes

event

Information included in the accounting packet that describes a state change in the router. Events described are accounting starting and accounting stopping.

yes

Fax-Account-Id-
Origin

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

yes

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.

yes

Fax-Connect-Speed

Indicates the modem speed at which this fax-mail was initially transmitted or received. Possible values are 1200, 4800, 9600, and 14400.

yes

Fax-Coverpage-Flag

Indicates whether or not a cover page was generated by the off-ramp gateway for this fax session. True indicates that a cover page was generated; false means that a cover page was not generated.

yes

Fax-Dsn-Address

Indicates the address to which DSNs will be sent.

yes

Fax-Dsn-Flag

Indicates whether or not DSN has been enabled. True indicates that DSN has been enabled; false means that DSN has not been enabled.

yes

Fax-Mdn-Address

Indicates the address to which MDNs will be sent.

yes

Fax-Mdn-Flag

Indicates whether or not message delivery notification (MDN) has been enabled. True indicates that MDN had been enabled; false means that MDN had not been enabled.

yes

Fax-Modem-Time

Indicates the amount of time in seconds the modem sent fax data (x) and the amount of time in seconds of the total 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 the total fax session took 15 seconds.

yes

Fax-Msg-Id=

Indicates a unique fax message identification number assigned by Store and Forward Fax.

yes

Fax-Pages

Indicates the number of pages transmitted or received during this fax session. This page count includes cover pages.

yes

Fax-Process-Abort-
Flag

Indicates that the fax session was aborted or successful. True means that the session was aborted; false means that the session was successful.

yes

Fax-Recipient-Count

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

yes

Gateway-Id

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

yes

mlp-links-max

Gives the count of links which are known to have been in a given multilink session at the time the accounting record is generated.

yes

mlp-sess-id

Reports the identification number of the multilink bundle when the session closes. This attribute applies to sessions that are part of a multilink bundle. This attribute is sent in authentication-response packets.

yes

nas-rx-speed

Specifies the average number of bits per second over the course of the connection's lifetime. This attribute is sent in accounting-stop records.

yes

nas-tx-speed

Reports the transmit speed negotiated by the two modems.

yes

paks_in

The number of input packets transferred during this connection.

yes

paks_out

The number of output packets transferred during this connection.

yes

port

The port the user was logged in to.

yes

Port-Used

Indicates the slot/port number of the Cisco AS5300 used to either transmit or receive this fax-mail.

yes

pre-bytes-in

Records the number of input bytes before authentication. This attribute is sent in accounting-stop records.

yes

pre-bytes-out

Records the number of output bytes before authentication. This attribute is sent in accounting-stop records.

yes

pre-paks-in

Records the number of input packets before authentication. This attribute is sent in accounting-stop records.

yes

pre-paks-out

Records the number of output packets before authentication. The Pre-Output-Packets attribute is sent in accounting-stop records.

yes

pre-session-time

Specifies the length of time, in seconds, from when a call first connects to when it completes authentication.

yes

priv_level

The privilege level associated with the action.

yes

protocol

The protocol associated with the action.

yes

reason

Information included in the accounting packet that describes the event that caused a system change. Events described are system reload, system shutdown, or when accounting is reconfigured (turned on or off).

yes

service

The service the user used.

yes

start_time

The time the action started (in seconds since the epoch, 12:00 a.m. Jan 1 1970). The clock must be configured to receive this information.

yes

stop_time

The time the action stopped (in seconds since the epoch.) The clock must be configured to receive this information.

yes

task_id

Start and stop records for the same event must have matching (unique) task_id numbers.

yes

timezone

The time zone abbreviation for all timestamps included in this packet.

yes

xmit-rate

This AV pair has been renamed. See nas-tx-speed.

 

Table 3 lists the cause codes and descriptions for the Disconnect Cause Extended (disc-cause-ext) attribute.

Table 3 Disconnect Cause Extensions 

Cause Codes
Description
IOS XE 2.1

1000 - No Reason

No reason for the disconnect.

yes

1001 - No Disconnect

The event was not a disconnect.

yes

1002 - Unknown

The reason for the disconnect is unknown. This code can appear when the remote connection goes down.

yes

1003 - Call Disconnect

The call has disconnected.

yes

1004 - CLID Auth Fail

Calling line ID (CLID) authentication has failed.

yes

1009 - No Modem Available

The modem is not available.

yes

1010 - No Carrier

The modem never detected data carrier detect (DCD). This code can appear if a disconnect occurs during the initial modem connection.

yes

1011 - Lost Carrier

The modem detected DCD but became inactive. This code can appear if a disconnect occurs during the initial modem connection.

yes

1012 - No Modem Results

The result codes could not be parsed. This code can appear if a disconnect occurs during the initial modem connection.

yes

1020 - TS User Exit

The user exited normally from the terminal server. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1021 - Idle Timeout

The user exited from the terminal server because the idle timer expired. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1022 - TS Exit Telnet

The user exited normally from a Telnet session. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1023 - TS No IP Addr

The user could not switch to Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) or PPP because the remote host had no IP address or because the dynamic pool could not assign one. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1024 - TS TCP Raw Exit

The user exited normally from a raw TCP session. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1025 - TS Bad Password

The login process ended because the user failed to enter a correct password after three attempts. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1026 - TS No TCP Raw

The raw TCP option is not enabled. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1027 - TS CNTL-C

The login process ended because the user typed Ctrl-C. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1028 - TS Session End

The terminal server session has ended. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1029 - TS Close Vconn

The user closed the virtual connection. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1030 - TS End Vconn

The virtual connection has ended. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1031 - TS Rlogin Exit

The user exited normally from an Rlogin session. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1032 - TS Rlogin Opt Invalid

The user selected an invalid Rlogin option. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1033 - TS Insuff Resources

The access server has insufficient resources for the terminal server session. This code is related to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects during a terminal server session.

yes

1040 - PPP LCP Timeout

PPP link control protocol (LCP) negotiation timed out while waiting for a response from a peer. This code concerns PPP connections.

yes

1041 - PPP LCP Fail

There was a failure to converge on PPP LCP negotiations. This code concerns PPP connections.

yes

1042 - PPP Pap Fail

PPP Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) authentication failed. This code concerns PPP connections.

yes

1043 - PPP CHAP Fail

PPP Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) authentication failed. This code concerns PPP connections.

yes

1044 - PPP Remote Fail

Authentication failed from the remote server. This code concerns PPP sessions.

yes

1045 - PPP Receive Term

The peer sent a PPP termination request. This code concerns PPP connections.

yes

PPP LCP Close (1046)

LCP got a close request from the upper layer while LCP was in an open state. This code concerns PPP connections.

yes

1047 - PPP No NCP

LCP closed because no NCPs were open. This code concerns PPP connections.

yes

1048 - PPP MP Error

LCP closed because it could not determine to which Multilink PPP bundle that it should add the user. This code concerns PPP connections.

yes

1049 - PPP Max Channels

LCP closed because the access server could not add any more channels to an MP session. This code concerns PPP connections.

yes

1050 - TS Tables Full

The raw TCP or Telnet internal session tables are full. This code relates to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects and contains more specific information than the Telnet and TCP codes listed earlier in this table.

yes

1051 - TS Resource Full

Internal resources are full. This code relates to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects and contains more specific information than the Telnet and TCP codes listed earlier in this table.

yes

1052 - TS Invalid IP Addr

The IP address for the Telnet host is invalid. This code relates to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects and contains more specific information than the Telnet and TCP codes listed earlier in this table.

yes

1053 - TS Bad Hostname

The access server could not resolve the host name. This code relates to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects and contains more specific information than the Telnet and TCP codes listed earlier in this table.

yes

1054 - TS Bad Port

The access server detected a bad or missing port number. This code relates to immediate Telnet and raw TCP disconnects and contains more specific information than the Telnet and TCP codes listed earlier in this table.

yes

1060 - TCP Reset

The host reset the TCP connection. The TCP stack can return this disconnect code during an immediate Telnet or raw TCP session.

yes

1061 - TCP Connection Refused

The host refused the TCP connection. The TCP stack can return this disconnect code during an immediate Telnet or raw TCP session.

yes

1062 - TCP Timeout

The TCP connection timed out. The TCP stack can return this disconnect code during an immediate Telnet or raw TCP session.

yes

1063 - TCP Foreign Host Close

A foreign host closed the TCP connection. The TCP stack can return this disconnect code during an immediate Telnet or raw TCP session.

yes

1064 - TCP Net Unreachable

The TCP network was unreachable. The TCP stack can return this disconnect code during an immediate Telnet or raw TCP session.

yes

1065 - TCP Host Unreachable

The TCP host was unreachable. The TCP stack can return this disconnect code during an immediate Telnet or raw TCP session.

yes

1066 - TCP Net Admin Unreachable

The TCP network was administratively unreachable. The TCP stack can return this disconnect code during an immediate Telnet or raw TCP session.

yes

1067 - TCP Host Admin Unreachable

The TCP host was administratively unreachable. The TCP stack can return this disconnect code during an immediate Telnet or raw TCP session.

yes

1068 - TCP Port Unreachable

The TCP port was unreachable. The TCP stack can return this disconnect code during an immediate Telnet or raw TCP session.

yes

1100 - Session Timeout

The session timed out because there was no activity on a PPP link. This code applies to all session types.

yes

1101 - Security Fail

The session failed for security reasons. This code applies to all session types.

yes

1102 - Callback

The session ended for callback. This code applies to all session types.

yes

1120 - Unsupported

One end refused the call because the protocol was disabled or unsupported. This code applies to all session types.

yes

1150 - Radius Disc

The RADIUS server requested the disconnect.

yes

1151 - Local Admin Disc

The local administrator has disconnected.

yes

1152 - SNMP Disc

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) has disconnected.

yes

1160 - V110 Retries

The allowed retries for V110 synchronization have been exceeded.

yes

1170 - PPP Auth Timeout

Authentication timeout. This code applies to PPP sessions.

yes

1180 - Local Hangup

The call disconnected as the result of a local hangup.

yes

1185 - Remote Hangup

The call disconnected because the remote end hung up.

yes

1190 - T1 Quiesced

The call disconnected because the T1 line that carried it was quiesced.

yes

1195 - Call Duration

The call disconnected because the call duration exceeded the maximum amount of time allowed by the Max Call Mins or Max DS0 Mins parameter on the access server.

yes

1600 - VPDN User Disconnect

The user disconnected. This value applies to virtual private dial-up network (VPDN) sessions.

yes

1601 - VPDN Carrier Loss

Carrier loss has occurred. This code applies to VPDN sessions.

yes

1602 - VPDN No Resources

There are no resources. This code applies to VPDN sessions.

yes

1603 - VPDN Bad Control Packet

The control packet is invalid. This code applies to VPDN sessions.

yes

1604 - VPDN Admin Disconnect

The administrator disconnected. This code applies to VPDN sessions.

yes

1605 - VPDN Tunnel Down/Setup Fail

The tunnel is down or the setup failed. This code applies to VPDN sessions.

yes

1606 - VPDN Local PPP Disconnect

There was a local PPP disconnect. This code applies to VPDN sessions.

yes

1607 - VPDN Softshut/Session Limit

New sessions cannot be established on the VPN tunnel. This code applies to VPDN sessions.

yes

1608 - VPDN Call Redirected

The call was redirected. This code applies to VPDN sessions.

yes

1801 - Q850 Unassigned Number

The number has not been assigned. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1802 - Q850 No Route

The equipment that is sending this code has received a request to route the call through a particular transit network that it does not recognize. The equipment that is sending this code does not recognize the transit network because either the transit network does not exist or because that particular transit network, while it does exist, does not serve the equipment that is sending this code. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1803 - Q850 No Route To Destination

The called party cannot be reached because the network through which the call has been routed does not serve the destination that is desired. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1806 - Q850 Channel Unacceptable

The channel that has been most recently identified is not acceptable to the sending entity for use in this call. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1816 - Q850 Normal Clearing

The call is being cleared because one of the users who is involved in the call has requested that the call be cleared. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1817 - Q850 User Busy

The called party is unable to accept another call because the user-busy condition has been encountered. This code may be generated by the called user or by the network. In the case of the user, the user equipment is compatible with the call. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1818 - Q850 No User Responding

Used when a called party does not respond to a call-establishment message with either an alerting or connect indication within the prescribed period of time that was allocated. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1819 - Q850 No User Answer

The called party has been alerted but does not respond with a connect indication within a prescribed period of time. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1821 - Q850 Call Rejected

The equipment that is sending this code does not wish to accept this call although it could have accepted the call because the equipment that is sending this code is neither busy nor incompatible. This code may also be generated by the network, indicating that the call was cleared due to a supplementary service constraint. The diagnostic field may contain additional information about the supplementary service and reason for rejection. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1822 - Q850 Number Changed

The number that is indicated for the called party is no longer assigned. The new called party number may optionally be included in the diagnostic field. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1827 - Q850 Destination Out of Order

The destination that was indicated by the user cannot be reached because the interface to the destination is not functioning correctly. The term "not functioning correctly" indicates that a signaling message was unable to be delivered to the remote party. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1828 - Q850 Invalid Number Format

The called party cannot be reached because the called party number is not in a valid format or is not complete. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1829 - Q850 Facility Rejected

This code is returned when a supplementary service that was requested by the user cannot be provided by the network. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1830 - Q850 Responding to Status Enquiry

This code is included in the STATUS message when the reason for generating the STATUS message was the prior receipt of a STATUS ENQUIRY message. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1831 - Q850 Unspecified Cause

No other code applies. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1834 - Q850 No Circuit Available

No circuit or channel is available to handle the call. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1838 - Q850 Network Out of Order

The network is not functioning correctly and the condition is likely to last a relatively long period of time. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1841 - Q850 Temporary Failure

The network is not functioning correctly and the condition is not likely to last a long period of time. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1842 - Q850 Network Congestion

The network is congested. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1843 - Q850 Access Info Discarded

This code indicates that the network could not deliver access information to the remote user as requested. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1844 - Q850 Requested Channel Not Available

This code is returned when the circuit or channel that is indicated by the requesting entity cannot be provided by the other side of the interface. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1845 - Q850 Call Pre-empted

The call was preempted. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1847 - Q850 Resource Unavailable

This code is used to report a resource-unavailable event only when no other code in the resource-unavailable class applies. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1850 - Q850 Facility Not Subscribed

Not a subscribed facility. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

1852 - Q850 Outgoing Call Barred

Although the calling party is a member of the closed user group for the outgoing closed user group call, outgoing calls are not allowed for this member. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that came in over ISDN.

no

Q850 Incoming Call Barred (1854)

Although the called party is a member of the closed user group for the incoming closed user group call, incoming calls are not allowed to this member. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1858 - Q850 Bearer Capability Not Available

The user has requested a bearer capability that is implemented by the equipment that generated this code but that is not available at this time. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1863 - Q850 Service Not Available

The code is used to report a service- or option-not-available event only when no other code in the service- or option-not-available class applies. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1865 - Q850 Bearer Capability Not Implemented

The equipment that is sending this code does not support the bearer capability that was requested. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1866 - Q850 Channel Not Implemented

The equipment that is sending this code does not support the channel type that was requested. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1869 - Q850 Facility Not Implemented

The supplementary service requested by the user cannot be provided by the network. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1881 - Q850 Invalid Call Reference

The equipment that is sending this code has received a message having a call reference that is not currently in use on the user-network interface. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1882 - Q850 Channel Does Not Exist

The channel most recently identified is not acceptable to the sending entity for use in this call. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1888 - Q850 Incompatible Destination

The equipment that is sending this code has received a request to establish a call that has low-layer compatibility or other compatibility attributes that cannot be accommodated. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1896 - Q850 Mandatory Info Element Is Missing

The equipment that is sending this code has received a message that is missing an information element that must be present in the message before that message can be processed. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1897 - Q850 Non Existent Message Type

The equipment that is sending this code has received a message with a message type that it does not recognize either because this is a message that is not defined or that is defined but not implemented by the equipment that is sending this code. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1898 - Q850 Invalid Message

This code is used to report an invalid message when no other code in the invalid message class applies. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1899 - Q850 Bad Info Element

The information element not recognized. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1900 - Q850 Invalid Element Contents

The equipment that is sending this code has received an information element that it has implemented; however, one or more fields in the information element are coded in such a way that has not been implemented by the equipment that is sending this code. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1901 - Q850 Wrong Message for State

The message that was received is incompatible with the call state. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1902 - Q850 Recovery on Timer Expiration

A procedure has been initiated by the expiration of a timer in association with error-handling procedures. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1903 - Q850 Info Element Error

The equipment that is sending this code has received a message that includes information elements or parameters that are not recognized because the information element identifiers or paramenter names are not defined or are defined but not implemented by the equipment that is sending this code. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1911 - Q850 Protocol Error

This code is used to report a protocol error event only when no other code in the protocol error class applies. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no

1927 - Q850 Unspecified Internetworking Event

There has been an error when interworking with a network that does not provide codes for actions that it takes. This code applies to ISDN or modem calls that have come in over ISDN.

no


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