FortiNAC is a zero-trust network access solution that provides users with enhanced visibility into the Internet of Things (IoT) devices on their enterprise networks.
Article Id 258912
Description This article describes what will occur when a subscription license has expired.
Scope All FortiNAC versions.

Entitlements revert back to what's encoded in the appliance key (default is Base with concurrent count = 0 unless perpetual licenses were purchased).


If the customer is using the Base license, the following behaviors can be expected:

- Limited access to the Administration UI views due to lack of permissions. See article 201800.

- Only Base features will operate. A description of each license level (Base, Plus and Pro) is provided on pages 9 & 10 of the FortiNAC Data Sheet: 

- Behavior when concurrent count has been exceeded (also described in the Administration Guide under Licenses):

- No new registrations are allowed.

- Attempts at new registrations are presented with the message Exceeded concurrent connection license limit.

- Rogues, at-risk, and disabled hosts continue to be placed in isolation as they normally would be.

- Existing registered hosts and devices continue to have network access.

- Network Access provisioning based on policy will not occur.