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In wifi users list, you can view the devices connected to wifi which includes the hostname, mac address, ip address and status of individual device.
For each device, you have the options to view sessions, edit and block or unblock the device.
You can view the sessions for each individual device.
You can add/edit/remove individual sessions. Please see Session Types for more information about session types.
There are 3 main types of sessions in our system available in captive portal:
This is the traditional session with remaining time in seconds. But unlike before, each transaction has separate time. They are not combined to previous session. The session becomes invalid once the user has consumed the allocated time.
This session is based on data consumption of the user. The session becomes invalid once the user consumed the allocated data in megabytes (MB).
Whichever is consumed first, time or data. The session will become invalid once either of time or data is consumed by the user.
The user can have multiple sessions, including the subscription session. Once the previous session is consumed, it will automatically activate the next available session. If the user has no more sessions available, the user is automatically disconnected from the internet.
The other type of session is Subscription. Subscription session does not have allocated time or data. Instead, it will only track the data consumption of the device and how long the session has been running. Subscription session can only be generated manually in the dashboard for the intended device or through voucher. It can be used to allow only specific hosts to connect outside the network - e.g. smart TV’s, CCTV/IP Cameras, etc. aside from walled-garden based on TCP/IP port numbers. It can also be used to accommodate a whole household using a voucher with subscription type session.
Each session is editable and has the following options:
The default bandwidth of a session is taken from captive portal bandwidth settings. The default session expiration is taken from session settings in the admin dashboard. The expiration date/time can be disabled.