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The user-max-session Cannot Implement Rate Limitation on an Account Due to User Account Inconsistency

Publication Date:  2013-09-30 Views:  32 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
For an ME60 (V100R005C02B01B+SP17), the operator requires that the speed of each account is limited to 4 Mbit/s. However, in the test, when the same account is used on two PCs, the download rate on both PCs can reach 4 Mbit/s.
Handling Process
1. Check the configuration. The "user-max-session  2" is configured in the domain, indicating that two users can use the same account to connect to the network together and the CAR can be applied on both users. The configuration is correct.
2. Check the user online information. It is found that the RADIUS does not issue CAR and the actual rate limit is determined by the local policy. Check the rate limitation of the local policy. It is correctly configured.
3. Check the account. It is found that the two users use "test" and "test@test" respectively. That is, one user uses the account with the domain name and the other user uses the account without the domain name.
Root Cause
One user uses the account with the domain name and the other user uses the account without the domain name to connect to the network.
Solution
Determine one valid account format. (An account with the domain name or an account without the domain name)
Suggestions
The ME60 uses the command user-max-session to perform CAR on user accounts. Only when the accounts displayed on the two devices is consistent and the two users are on the same board, can the CAR work. If one user uses the account with the domain name and the other user uses the account without the domain name, or the two users are not on the same board, the rate limitation on the account does not work.

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