I noticed that on Android logging in via hotspot is slow and can take up to 30 seconds. On iOS, it only takes 2 seconds at most.
However, if I manually log out from the Wi-Fi by visiting http://10.1.0.1:3990/logout and login again, the login is fast, same time as iOS. Then if I disable the SSID and enable again. Login is slow again, unless I visit the logout URL. This is very easy to replicate on my end.
R500, standalone. Firmware - 126.96.36.199.194. No controller. Hotspot settings doesn't affect the results above. But just for discussion, my settings are nothing special:
1) Setup a SSID with hotspot 2) Packet Forward is "Local Subnet NAT and Route to WAN" 3) Local Subnet: Local Subnet 1
Under hotspot, the unauth URL and RADIUS IPs are on the cloud and all walled garden are set correctly. I set my URL to www.google.com after successful login in the hotspot settings. The rest are default parameters.
This is the part that takes some time as per above. Only for for Android devices.
I also tried Chrome remote debugging via USB and also saw that after visiting the login URL above, the AP tries to redirect to the success URL (i.e. google.com) but with a status error "ERR_QUIC_PROTOCOL_ERROR" and type as pending. After about 30 seconds or so, the success URL loads.
Are there settings that affects only the Android devices? Or is this a firmware issue?