That was it! It's working now.
Thanks for your help,
Josh Hillman wrote:
> From: MayaCom <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > We are trying to allow multiple log ons for our clients. This is
> > normally something most people are trying to stop but we have started to
> > sell multiple log ons to our clients. The problem is that we can't seem
> > to have it function properly. The client is able to log on, verify
> > password, then the system cuts them off. The only thing I can come up
> > with is the attributes. But I can't find anything in the Emerald or
> > Radius NT documentation to tell me if this is true. We have done
> > everything that it does say to do, concurrency control, login limit,
> > etc. and it still won't work.
> If you have the appropriate checkboxes selected in RadiusNT (and have
> "Limit" set to something > 1 for the user's service in Emerald), you might
> also want to check your NAS. In Ascend Maxes, for example, you need to have
> "Shared Profiles = yes" set so that it knows to use radius-assigned
> attributes as well as defaults assigned by the NAS.
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