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Re: Could it be possible to extend PPPoE Error code?

  • From: Joe Shen
  • Date: Tue Mar 27 12:24:23 2007
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> > client device. In my experience there are almost
> no client devices that 
> > actually display the "Reply-Message", but as
> always YMMV.
> It seems to me this would be something best reserved
> for the radius 
> server, not the end-user to track.

To my opion, if customer's PC could show the exact
reason for dial-up error, CSR could deal with customer
complaint easily. 

As most of customer use microsoft windowsxx, could it
be possible to display "replay-message" on it? 
or if we develop a standalone PPPoE software, could it
be possible to display it?



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