Is there an upperlimit defined regarding the numer of tokens/smartcards attached to a system?
In my “normal use case” I was expecting just one, but found out it might be wise to contemplate the possibility of multiple cards.
But is there (in the code) an absolute maximum defined?
Or is it just limited by the hardware capabilities (read: usb ports) of the PC involved….
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On 27/03/14 15:09 , [hidden email] wrote:
> Hi all,
> Is there an upperlimit defined regarding the numer of
> tokens/smartcards attached to a system?
If you're wiling to change some constants here and there and
re-compile software, I believe the number could be quite high.
> In my "normal use case" I was expecting just one, but found out it
> might be wise to contemplate the possibility of multiple cards. But
> is there (in the code) an absolute maximum defined? Or is it just
> limited by the hardware capabilities (read: usb ports) of the PC
If you're talking a normal PC, you're just fine. If you're talking
some smartcard backed key sharing and load balancing, you might hit
some limits. But you might then actually get it cheaper by getting a HSM.