We have an application that runs from an UNIX box to a web server which sits behind our CSM (configured in router mode). There is a default vserver which handles all traffic that does not otherwise match any rules. The inbound timeout is set to 600. This application is expecting an idle connection to stay live until it gets a reply from the web server that the job is completed. This may require the connection to stay open up to 4 hours. I know for a fact that we do not want to have all unhandled (rule base) connections open for 4 hours. Can you give me an absolute longest timeout that should ever be used? At the default, the CSM will fill up connection tables and memory in less than 1 day. Thanks for your reply.
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