The smaller of this value or the session timeout for the guest WLAN, which is the WLAN on which the guest account is created, takes precedence. For example, if a WLAN session timeout is due to expire in 30 minutes but the guest account lifetime has 10 minutes remaining, the account is deleted in 10 minutes upon guest account expiry. Similarly, if the WLAN session timeout expires before the guest account lifetime, the client experiences a recurring session timeout that requires authentication.
You can change a guest user account with a non-zero lifetime to another lifetime value at any time while the account is active. However, to make a guest user account permanent or to change a permanent account to a guest account, you must delete the account and create it again. Please Check the below guide for WLC-User’s Sessions Management:
You can change this via GUI or CLI. see below details
1. In GUI
WLAN -> (select wlan id) -> Advanced -> Change the timeout value in seconds "Enable session timeout" section.
By default it is 1800s (30 min), in your case if client disconnect every 45 min, this may set to 2700s. Increase this value to large enough to meet your requiremlent (for 4 hrs 14400s, ect). If you do not want to clien session time out you can disable this by untick this check box.
2. In CLI You can do the following on WLC. In CLI you have to disable WLAN before changing this values, so it cause distruption to users.
(WLC) >config wlan disable
(WLC) >config wlan session-timeout
(WLC) >config wlan enable
(WLC) >save config
Are you sure you want to save? (y/n) y
"show wlan" can be used to verify the correct settings
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Login to the Active WLC in HA.
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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I have created a Powershell script to automatically add a Wireless Guest User on Cisco WLCs. (tested on 2500 Series)
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