Manual:Trial user limits
Trial user bandwidth limitations
Starting with RouterOS v6.34rc12 additional options for hotspot trial user bandwidth limitation was added. The trial user now have it's own entry in user table: "default-trial". Same as for standard user entry you can apply bandwidth limitations for it
- Limit uptime
- Limit Bytes in
- Limit Bytes out
- Limit Bytes total
If only this one default-trial user entry is there. Then limits applied in it will be used for all of hotspot servers on this device. However if you have multiple hotspot servers running on the device and you want different trial user limits for each of them. Then what you need to do is to create individual user named "default-trial" each assigned to required server.
Two "default-trial" users added in addition with one that is already added by system, which stays unmodified and dormant.
Static entries which you added will contain combined stats from all dynamically created trial users under them. And each dynamic user entry will only contain it own stats by mac-address to which it is assigned.
Example in cli
/ip hotspot user add comment="counters and limits for trial users" limit-bytes-total=100000000 name=default-trial server=hotspot2.lan add comment="counters and limits for trial users" limit-bytes-total=300000000 name=default-trial server=hotspot1.lan
[admin@LOW-hotspot] > /ip hotspot user print detail Flags: * - default, X - disabled, D - dynamic 0 * ;;; counters and limits for trial users name="default-trial" limit-bytes-total=500000 uptime=0s bytes-in=0 bytes-out=0 packets-in=0 packets-out=0 1 name="test" password="test" profile=default uptime=0s bytes-in=0 bytes-out=0 packets-in=0 packets-out=0 2 ;;; counters and limits for trial users server=hotspot2.lan name="default-trial" password="" profile=default limit-bytes-total=100000000 uptime=36s bytes-in=48198739 bytes-out=51814030 packets-in=49958 packets-out=48374 3 ;;; counters and limits for trial users server=hotspot1.lan name="default-trial" password="" profile=default limit-bytes-total=300000000 uptime=2m59s bytes-in=145477719 bytes-out=204557092 packets-in=168686 packets-out=187216 4 D server=hotspot2.lan name="T-E8:50:8B:1C:95:7D" password="" mac-address=E8:50:8B:1C:95:7D profile=default limit-uptime=30m limit-bytes-total=100000000 uptime=36s bytes-in=48198739 bytes-out=51814030 packets-in=49958 packets-out=48374 5 D server=hotspot1.lan name="T-E8:50:8B:1C:95:7D" password="" mac-address=E8:50:8B:1C:95:7D profile=default limit-uptime=30m limit-bytes-total=300000000 uptime=2m30s bytes-in=144501472 bytes-out=155509849 packets-in=150786 packets-out=154342
such settings for trial user as:
- Trial uptime limit
- Trial uptime reset
- Trial user profile
You still configure in each of specific hotspot server profile entries under which you will be using this trial profile.
Example in cli
/ip hotspot profile set (number or profile-name) trial-uptime-limit=00:30:00 trial-uptime-reset=1d trial-user-profile=default