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Acme Packet: How To Configure Console Timeout And Telnet Timeout (Doc ID 2532082.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 27, 2020

Applies to:

Net-Net OS - Version E-Cz8.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This document explains how to configure the timeouts for Console session and SSH session.

The following are the parameters in system configuration for setting the amount of time (in seconds) for a Console/SSH session due to inactivity.

 

console-timeout  : set the console timeout to the number of seconds you want the Oracle SBC to wait before it ends the console session. The default value is 0 which means no time-out enforced.
                            The valid range is:
                                  => Minimum—0
                                  => Maximum—65535
                             After the console timeout passes, the console session is disconnected. The current session ends and you are returned to the login prompt on the console connection.

 


telnet-timeout   : set this timeout to the number of seconds you want the Oracle SBC to wait before it disconnects an SSH session. The default value is 0 which means no time-out enforced.
                          The valid range is:
                                => Minimum—0
                                => Maximum—65535
                          After the SSH timeout passes, the SSH session is disconnected. You must use your SSH program to log in to the Oracle SBC once again.

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