The new Subscription Model can be activated in multiple Access Servers. Once activated, those servers will have a shared pool of total connections based on your Subscription total.
To set a cap/max on each Acces Server to control the connections on each site, you can do so locally through this guide.
If you wish to share a subscription with multiple Access Servers, but limit an individual Access Server to a specific amount of allowed VPN connections, then you can use the local client connection limit option. This introduces a local limit on the number of allowed VPN connections on a specific Access Server. By default, the local limit is whatever the subscription allows. You can specify a lower amount per Access Server by using the instructions below. Replace <NUMBER_OF_CONNECTIONS> with the number of desired maximum connections allowed on this Access Server.
To configure a local limit in subscription mode:
./sacli --key "subscription.local_cc_limit" --value "<NUMBER_OF_CONNECTIONS>" ConfigPut service openvpnas restart
To remove the limit:
./sacli --key "subscription.local_cc_limit" ConfigDel service openvpnas restart
Access Server Resources:
OpenVPN Access Server Documentation
OpenVPN Access Server Resource Center
OpenVPN Access Server Admin Manual
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