the default captive portal currently does not have such a feature like a logout button. If you need something like that, probably the only way is to implement something outside the firewall on a webserver.
But what the feature "Captive Portal Session Cookie timeout" could be something you are looking for. When setting this timeout low enough the user will be logged out when he/she does no longer browse the internet - if if the browser will be closed.
I tried tweaking the timers but it didn't help much.
Idle Time : 1 min
Timeout : 1 min
Session Cookies : yes
Session timeout : 60 mins
The problem is firewall is seeing the timer as 1 minute only and disconnecting the session for users even if the browser window ( user authenticated tab ) stays active / un-closed
I am wondering if there is something else that I can do..
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