Yes, I have experienced this problem. I have a '12 LEAF and there is some communication error between the EVSE and the on-board charger. So some of the Eaton stations at my workplace (5 out of 8) do not charge the car. This actually caused the EV System Warning Light to come on, which actually disables charging entirely. Luckily, if you power cycle the car, the light goes away, and you're able to charge again.
I originally took my car into the dealership, and they misdiagnosed it as a problem in which I didn't have enough juice (sounded fishy because I still had 2 bars left when I got to the dealership). I took it in again, and they had a closer look. While it was in the dealership, they gave me a '13 LEAF SL to try out. Being curious, I went to the same station and had trouble charging.
Here is the difference between the '12s and '13s: On the 12, the car appears to accept the charge, and the charging indicator (one of the 3 lights on the dash) begin blinking as if it's charging. After about 5 seconds, it just shuts off. When you see the bad Eaton station, the middle light and the bottom left light are blinking (both green lights), indicating that it's waiting for the car to accept the charge (I think this is the error, if I remember correctly). Then, you go inside the car, turn it on, and observe the EV System Warning light - the car won't let you charge in this situation because it is in "partial shutdown."
I found out (by about 15 minutes of fiddling with the Eaton EVSE), that, if I press the left button on the Eaton EVSE prior to the charge lights on the dash going out (a window of 5 seconds or less), the car charges without issue, and does not throw a warning light. This has worked a couple of times, as I just recently stumbled upon my own personal hack for this.
Unfortunately, '13s are not able to charge. Now, on the 13, when you try to charge - the blinking lights on the car's dash never even appear. The Eaton EVSE flashes a red light (as opposed to green). And no EV System Warning light appears. So this is a problem, still for '13s.
Further, the head of Service/Parts at the dealership was curious and was asked by the regional and national Nissan engineers to go to the station with a '13 - same red blinking error, and failure to charge.
As a caveat, those other 3 EVSEs are perfectly fine. I charge there without hacking - and so do others (Teslas, Volts, LEAFs).
So it appears that this happens with some Eaton EVSEs and not others.