Your maximum never usage time has been reached

David Moorhouse (FR) freeradius at
Sun May 30 21:39:40 CEST 2010

Hi Alan

Thanks for your response but the easyhotspot volunteers have not been 
able to help, so I'm trying to work this out myself - any help is 

When testing using radtest, I get the same issues as when logging in via 
the easyhotspot web based interface.


user at server:~$ radtest voucher1 password 1 topsecret
rad_rcv: Access-Reject packet from host port 1812, id=118, 
Reply-Message = "Your maximum never usage time has been reached"

This only occurs for users where the check-name attribute is 
"Max-All-MB".  If there is no check for this attribute then the user can 
log in as many times within the specified time period BUT they can over 
run their data allowance because the total number of octets (input and 
output) is not checked.

To solve this question another way - how would I define a counter rule 
that allows a specified number of octets within a certain time frame 
(regardless of the number of times a user logs in/out)?  E.g. allow 
100MB within a 3 day period.



On 31/05/10 04:00, Alan Buxey wrote:
> contact easyhotspot people as there will need to be changes made
> to their system

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