How to configure the number of concurrent user logins on an AC's built-in Portal server

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When local AAA authentication is implemented, the administrator can set the maximum number of connections that a local user can establish.

For example, the local user admin1 is created and allowed to log in to the device using Telnet. If the maximum number of connections is set to 1, the local user can establish only one connection with the device after login using Telnet.

Enter the AAA view, and set the maximum number of connections that a local user can establish to 1.

system-view

[AC6605] aaa

[AC6605-aaa]local-user admin1 access-limit 1

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The WebUI of server iBMC or iMana supports a maximum of four concurrent logins. The CLI supports a maximum of five concurrent logins.

What is the maximum number of access users allowed on an S series switch supporting the built-in Portal server
Hi, I cannot answer this question. For details about product specifications, click http://e.huawei.com/en/service-hotline to look up the contact method of your local customer service engineers.

Does an AC's built-in Portal server support blinding between STAs and accounts
The built-in Portal server of ACs and Fat APs does not support blinding between STAs and accounts.

How to configure built-in Portal authentication
The built-in Portal server of the access device provides built-in Portal authentication. The configuration is as follows: 1. Create a loopback interface and assign an IP address to the loopback interface. [Huawei] interface loopback 1 [Huawei-LoopBack1] ip address 192.168.1.30 32 [Huawei-LoopBack1] quit 2. Configure an IP address for the built-in Portal server. [Huawei] portal local-server ip 192.168.1.30 3. Enable Portal authentication. [Huawei] portal local-server https ssl-policy huawei //Ensure that the SSL policy named huawei has been configured. [Huawei] portal local-server enable interface ethernet 2/0/0 You also need to perform the following configurations: - Configure VLANs and interfaces. - Configure a domain that users belong to and AAA schemes. - If local authentication is used, add the user name and password on the access device. - If remote authentication is used, configure the RADIUS server template, route to the RADIUS server, user name, password, and shared key.

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