But if ill put both set to 2 then i can easily have two users on 64k thats mean 1 less
customer.
I think the should be considered as bug.
any one know the email of the developing team ?

Hugh Irvine wrote:

> Hello Michael -
>
> On Wed, 18 Aug 1999, Ben-Nes Michael wrote:
> > In the Livingston Radius Manual Port-Limit is the controller of how many B channel
> > a user can use.
> > so i put in the replay attribute: Port-Limit = 2 and in the check attribute:
> > Simultaneous-Use = 1
> >
> > and i get all the time when an ISDN user want to connect in 128k:
> >
> > INFO: Access rejected for xxxx: Simultaneous-Use of 1 exceeded
> >
>
> Right, I see - Port-Limit as a Livingston Reply item.
>
> Well you will probably have to do both in that case, for those users who use
> 128k. You should have a Simultaneous-Use = 2 Check item, together with a
> Port-Limit = 2 Reply item for those users who have purchased that service.
>
> hth
>
> Hugh
>
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