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How to increase the time at the end of what aaa requeries the authentication of a client web

Hi All,

I configure ASA aaa to authentificate our internal web client to access to internet. It's check the username/password of client in our Active Directory.

When the client initiate the first connexion, the ASA request the login connexion and when it's correct, it authorise the access. But after 10 min for exemple, it's request again the login, and so one and so one. Approximativelly, after each ten minute, it requeste an username/password.

I want to know how can i increase the time between two authentifcation. Or increase the time of 10 min.

Thanks.

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How to increase the time at the end of what aaa requeries the au

The authentication timeout is configurable via the "timeout uauth" command, and you can set either absolute or inactivity timeout.

Here is the command for your reference:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa84/command/reference/t.html#wp1569874

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Cisco Employee

How to increase the time at the end of what aaa requeries the au

The authentication timeout is configurable via the "timeout uauth" command, and you can set either absolute or inactivity timeout.

Here is the command for your reference:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa84/command/reference/t.html#wp1569874

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How to increase the time at the end of what aaa requeries the au

Thanks Jennifer.

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