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Allowing Multiple Logins from the Same IP Address (C-Web Interface)

 

You can specify whether the service activation engine (SAE) allows a login from the same IP address, provided that the previous session logs out first.

  • If you enable this setting, the SAE logs in the new subscriber session and automatically logs out the previous session.

  • If you disable this setting, the SAE denies login requests if a subscriber session for an IP address is active.

Using C-Web interface, to specify whether the SAE allows a login from the same IP address, provided that the previous session logs out first:

  1. Click Configure and expand Shared>SAE>Configuration>Subscriber Sessions.

    The Subscriber Sessions page appears.

  2. Right-click Subscriber Sessions and select Create.

  3. On the Subscriber Sessions page, select the Allow Same IP Login check box for the SAE to allow login from the same IP address, provided that the previous session logs out first.

    Note

    For the SAE to deny login requests if a subscriber session for an IP address is active, you must clear the Allow Same IP Login check box.

  4. In the Assigned IP Idle Timeout text box, enter the interval after which the assigned IP subscriber sessions are deactivated if no service session is active. The value range is 0–99,99,99,999 seconds. By default, the value is set to 900 seconds.

  5. Click Apply.

  6. On the left pane, click Commit.

    The SAE logs in the new subscriber session and automatically logs out the previous session.