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You can set a limit on the maximum number of concurrent connections that a user can have by counting the number of connections associated with a username. When user concurrency management is enabled, SBR Carrier servers in the cluster compare the number of active connections for a user to the user’s maximum limit each time a new connection is requested. If a new connection exceeds the limit, Session State Register may reject or allow the additional connection. In either case, the event is logged in the server log.

Note: When counting connections, Session State Register does not distinguish between multi-link connections and new user authentication attempts.

Modified: 2017-03-07