Before using the Max Sessions feature check your accounting start/stops messages first.
For the feature to work both start & stop packets must have the NAS-Port attribute AND it must contain the SAME UNIQUE value in the both start/stop packets that matches the value from the authentication request.
You'd be surprised how many devices dont do this - particularly VPN and Wireless that dont have physical ports.
If these conditions aren't met max sessions will not work and you end up with users not being able to connect.
I wouldnt say it cant be done... but you have to look and make sure the NAS-Port attribute looked sensible. Going back a few years I know Aironet, for example, was quite tricky to make work with max sessions.
The other thing is that because wifi comes and goes its hard for the AP to know when the session has finished. Max sessions was implemented with Dial in mind (yes thats how old it is!!!) ie real physical ports.
With wifi you could look at the number of mac ids in user by a user at any one time as a way to control concurrent sessions.
No not impossible, but probably unlikely to work reliably.
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