We are upgrading to ACS 4.2 that will be used to authenticate wireless users. It seems that if I limit simultaneous connections (for wireless users) to 1, then disconnect from wireless it takes around 3 minutes for ACS to release that connection so I can log in again. Is there any way I can decrease this time. I've been searching for such a setting but am unable to find anything.
This is going to be a function of the wireless access point.
ACS will release the session internally as soon as the accounting stop arrives.
I recall with descendants of Aironet gear the RADIUS accounting used to be a bit flakey. Because wireless comes an AP will often wait to see if a client really has gone for good or just dropped out for a short time.
For that reason I do not think you can use ACS max sessions with wireless in a reliable way.
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