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Piter Ivanov

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Hello ...
How do I prevent the simultaneous use of the same username and password on multiple computers?
So that if one person came under the login and password so that other could not go knowing his username and password ...

For example:
Hotel. Lives a group of people with laptops. They buy an access to internet (one username and password) and all people can use the internet from different rooms ... not good.

How to solve this problem?

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A good question - some of our customer asked equivalent.

IMHO it is not possible - not in combination with DHCP IP.

If you can use fixed IP, its possible to combine them with a UserName in HTTP Policy *Selected User* AND *Valid for IP Address Group* (you have to define a "IP Address Group" for each possible IP Address)

Second offer:
define TrafficQuotas for User... then they will consider if they give their account to another user Smile

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