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From: "Dale E. Reed Jr." <>
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Humberto Guzman wrote:
> We offer "Time Based" and "unlimited" monthly plans, our time based plans
> consist of 10 hrs/month , 25 and 40 hrs/month. What we do is that when a
> user finishes his 10 hours he is disconnected, if he wants more online time
> he buys another monthly block... For users that pay several months in
> advanced they get their time renewed every first day of the month...
> I tried to create a test account for the 10 hours plan: in emerald admin I
> added a 10 hr PPP plan with its cost and in the rate field I select a 10
> Hour that I had created. In the Rates tab I have my ten hour in which I
> selected 10 hour and did not allow overtime ... After all that I tried to
> make a 10 hour account but the time usage was not blocked... Did I do
> something wrong ? Which should be the process to create the type of
> accounts I described?

The Allow overtime doesn't block them from logging in more than that,
it tells Emerald whether to bill for the overtime or not. You need to
use the timebanking option (with time banking enabled in RadiusNT) for
this to work correctly. Just enter the amount of time the person buys
in the TimeLeft field for thier service (in minutes) and they will be
refused when they run out.

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