Yes its the easy way but:
i don't want 2 64k Users to connect.
Im selling the 128k as one unit non breakable.

Hugh Irvine wrote:

> On Mon, 16 Aug 1999, Ben-Nes Michael wrote:
> > Hi All
> >
> > If i put :
> > Port-Limit = 2 and
> > Simultaneous-Use = 1
> >
> > can ISDN user connect in 128k ?
> >
>
> Normally you would not use Port-Limit in this context, Port-Limit is for use in
> allocating total numbers of ports to particular groups of users. I would expect
> the correct approach to be to use Simultaneous-Use = 2, however this is
> dependent on the NAS behaviour. Most NAS's we've seen will do a Radius query
> for each individual channel open, together with individual Starts and Stops.
>
> hth
>
> Hugh
>
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