I would reboot the pfSense and when it completed, then reboot/repowered your CenturyLink modem. You'll then obtain an IP address for WAN.
If you just want a count, you can use the script that is there for RRD:
/usr/local/bin/php-cgi -q /usr/local/bin/captiveportal_gather_stats.php '<zone name>' 'loggedin'
/usr/local/bin/php-cgi -q /usr/local/bin/captiveportal_gather_stats.php '<zone name>' 'concurrent'
Обратите внимание на раздел Extended Query
Возможно , это то что Вам нужно
Glad you have it working now. ☺
@juanmaximoti Como conseguiu liberar?
In case this will help any one else, I've figured this out....
Here is a link on how to find the logs for NPS...
Basically there are text file logs in c:\Windows\System32\LogFiles\In* , or you can check in Event Viewer under Diagnostics -> Event Viewer -> Custom Views -> Server Roles -> Network Policy.
In my case, the problem users were set to "Deny Access" under the "Dial In" tab of the user properties in AD Users & Computers. Setting to Allow Access fixed it up.
If you don't see the "Dial In" tab, this may be of help :
For me, I had to be on the server to get that tab, not accessing Active Directory Users and Computers on another PC.
Hope this will help someone else.
Thanks, Derelict for pointing me in the right direction!