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L4 Transporter

Captive Portal Limit.

Does anyone know the limit of concurrent connections from Captive Portal? Is there a CLI or counter on the device for this?


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L4 Transporter

I posted this question for the points, but I already know the maximum is 2500 concurrent.

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L5 Sessionator

> show user ip-user-mapping all | match CP shows your the Users identified using CP.

Also

> show session id  <id> output helps you confirm if the session is a CP session or not using field :

captive portal session        : False

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L4 Transporter

I posted this question for the points, but I already know the maximum is 2500 concurrent.

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L3 Networker

You're such a point-slave. :smileywink:

Also, where does it show that it's 2500 concurrent?

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L4 Transporter

Yeah, I also award points to myself for helping people with annoying things I found out myself or from you.  Watch out Pantopia there's a new ax wielding magii-elf in town and he's freinds with Nir.

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L3 Networker

I would like to know the reference for the 2500 concurrent limit... This could be a problem for us since we want to use Captive Portal to handle approximately 12,000 workstations ...

Thanks

Art

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L6 Presenter

There is a limit for user-ip mapping and that is 512.000 for MP and 64.000 for DP and it's the same for devices bigger than PA-500.

There is no specific limit for captive portal authenticated users.The above should apply.

For PA200, and 500 this limit is 64.000

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L3 Networker

Thanks Panos!

Art

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