This is most likely happening due to a hidden power option called System unattended sleep timeout.On my machine it was set to 2 minutes, which was mighty annoying, as it would cause behavior described by OP (sleep, wake-up, login screen, Event Viewer saying: "The system is entering sleep; Sleep Reason: System Idle").
Office staff are reporting that the SSL VPN sessions all timeout after approximately 8hrs. How can I either lengthen that time or disable the timeout? They would like to set this to stay connected for 3 days (36 hrs) though we will ask users to log out at the end of their workday. They sometimes work over 8 hrs. a day.
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No session timeout. To allow clients to permanently connect with legacy medical applications and systems that do not have keepalive or auto-reconnect features, the session timeout can be set to never for firewall services, policies, and VDOMs. The options to disable session timeout are hidden in the CLI.
It was obvious that the TCP session had timed out. By default on the Fortigate, a session will remain open for 1 hour afterwhich it will be closed. To be clear, this is an established TCP session and should not be confused with half-open sessions. The Fortigate can control this setting on a per-policy basis.
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