I have been looking for some details with regards to multiple logins on Guest WLAN.
Currently my customer is facing the following problem
When a Guest Wlan user logs in, the same user could login again on the same time frame,
in other words guest Wlan user can login multiple times.
is this intentional or a bug on the ISE
product name : L-ISE-BSE-250=
any advice or any article related to this would really appreciate it
thanks in advance
I know this is a feature enhancement but don't know if there is an eta.
You can open a tac case to get an official answer.
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thanks for the reply, this is what I have mentioned the customer too. I have opened a TAC case hoping to request this as feature
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Ok, Ranjane you took me back to 1900BC, had to dig the case up for you.
to be clear this is what customer wants
a guest user concurrently login from two devices at the same time
What he wants is: any given time Guest user should be only able to login once (Ex if you login to your PC and leave it logged on, then go to a another PC with same user you would be able to login – this need to be limited)
So under the User login Policy this should be able to limit to one login
you may want to check the concurrent session limit on the WLC: It is under Security > AAA > User Login Policies. There is a global number, that will limit the concurrent logins from a single user name.
hope it was useful
The Link below may help you out, The command is as follows:-
config netuser maxuserlogin count [per method]