if using radius authentication there are several things that you can do to limit a specific user. i do not however believe there are a prioritasion schedule that someone is more important than someone else.
how would it choose ?
if one who is prioritised tries to log in and the licensing is already full, who should it kick out ?
I can recomend checking out cryptocard for authentication purposes if you do not have 2 factor authentication for the users.
The proposal is that there will be a group identified who should get connected at all times in preference to a "normal worker??" Its not a bandwidth issue. ACS Radius is used for the authentication. But as you say. how to prioritize? Its an effort to try to stop the manual kicking out process
I do not think there is a "real" way to actually do this. i came up with the same idea as you with the ip pools, but other than that it is only automated scripting I can tink of that logs on to the firewall and keeps one line open at all times.
and I would not want to kick users out with scripts.
the other option would be to buy the critical people another firewall or atleast another way in.
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