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A customer wants to know if we can configure a WLAN environments with different sessions timeout per user.
A WLAN environment where some users could enter with restricted time, such as Public WLAN where some users are registered with some session timeout and some guest are restricted to specific session timeout (10 or 15 min).
- Is is possible to configure session timeouts per users (AAA override, ISE or WLC) ?
- Can ISE send a CoA to kill a user session and force reathentication ?
Any suggestion ?
Thanks in advance.
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Thanks a lot Jason for your answer,
The question about "Quota Policy Enforcement" is because, in case of need, can the ISE (RADIUS) send a CoA to de-auth a user and force a re-authentication?
As I understood is not possible, but I heard that in SEVT was presented the feature "Quote Policy Enforcement" where, through CoA, RADIUS can change end user devices behavior based on prepaid external billing services, and I guess the same could be applied to timeouts.
Any comment ?