What does this command means in 1841 router configuration?

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What does this command mean in 1841 router configuration: "ip admission max-nodata-conns 3"?

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See this Cisco IOS command reference guide.

IP admission: To create a Layer 3 network admission control rule to be applied to the interface, or to create a policy that can be applied on an interface when the authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) server is unreachable, use the ip admission command in interface configuration mode. To create a global policy that can be applied on a network access device, use the ip admission command with the optional keywords and argument in global configuration mode</i>

max-nodata-conns: Maximum number of idle (“no data”) TCP connections that can exist globally for the IP authentication feature. The range is 1 to 1,000. The default is 3

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