No, there doesn't seem to be an easy way to move remember_token into a separate table. It's definitely not configurable.
im looking for this too, so I can save remember_token with user agent, ip address etc
I think it could be done, you just need to create your own Authenticatable trait extending the Illuminate\Auth\Authenticatable trait, then write your own getRememberToken() and setRememberToken() method. Use your Authenticatable trait inside the User model instead of the Laravel Authenticatable trait.
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