I want to limit simultaneous dialup login for a specfic user using local authentication using below config:
aaa authorization network default local
username test user-maxlinks 1 password test
For the first dialup attempt(A), the user test can connect. While connection A remains connected, I initiate the second attempt(B). B fails. Seems that connections can be limited to 1. But after connection A is disconnected and tries to connect again, it fails. If I try one more time, it succeeds. The symptom is that 1st attempt succeeds, 2nd fails, 3rd succeeds and so on.
Does anyone know how to limit simultaneous login using local authentication?
The command username test user-maxlinks 1 password test may not be the part of problem for 3rd call didn't succeed. We need to know where and when the call fails using debug for 3rd time dialin when there are no calls connected (1st call disconnected all togather) from the same user.
Also need to know what kind of lines, modems, signalling and platform of the router.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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