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I have a cluster of Cisco 3060 VPN concentrators and clients that have individual certificates that logon to the concentrator cluster.

1) Is it possible to configure the concentrator cluster to only allow one login per certificate? How do I configure that?

2) If one client loses its connection on purpose or due to some other problem, how long time will it take for it to be able to logon again if I have configured it according to 1)?
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It would be possible if you have something simular to a RADIUS server (http://www.freeradius.org/).  You could configure their limits and other small grain details (login time etc).  You could custom the timeout time and other checks to detect a drop of a client.

-Ram
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