Login access pass
This type of access pass allows an identified or anonymous user to access the hub for a maximum of 60 continuous minutes per 28-day period. If the user exceeds the 60 minutes time limitation, the user connection does not time out. Instead, another login access pass is used. If no more login access passes are available, the user connection is discontinued.
If an identified user is disconnected, the user can re-connect and continue to use the same access pass, if re-connecting within the 60 minutes. If an anonymous user is disconnected, the user gets a new access pass when re-connecting.
The login access pass tracks the number of logins and runs over 28 days. For example, if 1000 logins are assigned to Group A, the users in Group A can use 1000 logins over 28 days. If 100 logins are consumed on Day 1, the 100 logins are available again on Day 29.
The maximum number of parallel user connections for a single user of this type of access pass is five (5). Note that this only applies to identified users. An anonymous user can only have one (1) user connection. When a user with the maximum number of parallel user connections ends a connection (for example, by logging out) five minutes must pass before the user can use the access pass to add another connection (for example, by logging in). However, a user can have more connections than allowed by a single access pass by consuming additional access passes.
One (1) token corresponds to ten (10) access passes. The access passes are allocated using login access groups in the QMC.