FAQ-How do the ME60 and MA5200G Allocate the Bandwidth of the Same Account to Multiple Users
Publication Date: 2012-07-27Views: 76Downloads: 0
How do the ME60 and MA5200G allocate the bandwidth of the same account to multiple users>
A: When multiple users of the same account access the ME60 and MA5200G of early versions, the ME60 and MA5200G take these accesses as different connections. Thus the bandwidth is occupied uniquely. Add the user-max-session command in the domain of the ME60 (V1R5C02B01B) or the MA5200G (V3R, V3R3C01B056 is recommended). In this case, the bandwidth of the same account can be shared among multiple users.On the ME60 (V1R5C02B01B) or the MA5200G (V3R3C01B056), the RADIUS can send No. 62 attribute-port limit. The attribute determines whether the bandwidth of the same account is shared among multiple users.